by Kevon Browne
St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Police have no new leads in the missing person case of Jesse Lee despite an emotional plea by Floyd Lee.
Lee was last seen on November 18, at 8 p.m., entering a blue rental from his home in Lime Kiln.
Police Superintendent Cromwell Henry gave an update on the course of the investigation on the November 23 broadcast of Leadership Matters.
“Several persons were interviewed, and a number of joint operations involving officers from the Stapleton, Basseterre, Cayon Police Stations, CID, SSU, Drug Unit, and the St. Kitts Nevis Defence Force, as well as family members and friends of Jesse Lee, were conducted. The areas searched include the mountains in St. Peters, Bayfords, Cayon and the surrounding areas.”
The investigation has yielded no result so far, but the Superintendent asked the general public to come forward with any information they may have concerning the disappearance of Jesse Lee.
“The searches will continue while we continue to interview persons who may have useful information. I would like to make an appeal to anyone who may have any information that could aid us in this investigation to call a Stapleton Police Station at 465-2418. I want to assure the public that we are not treating this investigation lightly, and we are doing all within our means to bring this matter to closure. We just asked them to support our efforts and provide assistance as we cannot do it by ourselves,” said Superintendent Cromwell Henry.