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MAN SLAIN BY GUNFIRE IN WINTBERG

Oct. 19, 2001 – A St. Thomas man was fatally shot in Estate Wintberg during the overnight hours Friday, law-enforcement sources have confirmed. There was no official information from police about the man, who was reported to have been shot four times during a robbery attempt.
The sources identified the victim as Dimitri Schlessinger. The circumstances of the shooting were unclear. The assailant was described as a black male who was wearing a white shirt and black pants at the time.
The shooting is the 18th homicide in the territory this year, the 10th in the St. Thomas-St. John district.

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Oct. 19, 2001 - A St. Thomas man was fatally shot in Estate Wintberg during the overnight hours Friday, law-enforcement sources have confirmed. There was no official information from police about the man, who was reported to have been shot four times during a robbery attempt.
The sources identified the victim as Dimitri Schlessinger. The circumstances of the shooting were unclear. The assailant was described as a black male who was wearing a white shirt and black pants at the time.
The shooting is the 18th homicide in the territory this year, the 10th in the St. Thomas-St. John district.