Crime Stoppers USVI is in a Partnership with You

Crime Stoppers USVI is in a partnership with you, the community, the media and all of the law enforcement agencies throughout the territory. If you know something, say something to help solve a crime.

St. Croix: On Nov. 9, 2002, the body of 17-year-old Stephanie Parris of Castle Burke was found on the ground a few feet from a black Nissan Altima in that area. A second body, that of 19-year-old Dale Roberson of Morningstar, was found shot to death inside that same heavily tinted auto.

St. John:
On May 20 about 9:50 a.m., officers were dispatched to Stein Works in the Estate Carolina area. The owner stated that the store was locked and secured the day before about 4 p.m. but when reopening the owner discovered that the store had been burglarized. Stolen were several pieces of rare jewelry that. Investigation revealed that entry was gained by breaking the glass of the southern window. The value of the jewelry is more than $10,000. If you know anything about this burglary, please call Crime Stoppers.

St. Thomas:
On April 25 about 10:15 a.m. while opening the Famous Delight business (former St. Thomas Dairies), a man was approached by an armed perpetrator who was wearing all black and a black mask. According to the victim, another male, also wearing all black with a black mask, assisted as the lookout. More than $85 was stolen and the victim was treated for injuries. The suspects fled on foot to the area of Lovenlund Apartments.

To help law enforcement solve these or other crimes you can submit a tip via the Internet. Please go to and click on Submit a Tip. You will be given an identifying code and will remain anonymous. Technology is in place that prevents Crime Stoppers from seeing your email address. You can also call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or text your tip to CRIMES (274637), then type USVI in the body plus your message.

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