Local police are raising questions about how 30-year-old Tower Road resident, Glenford Young came to perish in a lone scooter accident in Virgin Gorda on the morning of November 15 this year.
The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) is therefore asking persons who witnessed the crash to come forward and assist with establishing the cause of the fatal collision.
The law enforcers said no one was at the scene when they arrived. There were also no indication of wha caused the accident.
“Investigators are aware that Young was accompanied by a number of scooter riders, possibly friends, as he headed toward Lee Road and were likely present when the collision took place around 1:34 am,” the RVIPF said in a media release on Wednesday.
“Those individuals are asked to come forward and provide information about the accident. The family members of Young are hoping for an accurate account of the events which led to his demise,” it added.
Persons with information that are asked to directly contact Sergeant Augustus Bruce at Road Policing Unit at 284-368-9386 or the Chief Inspector Dariel Robinson at 284-368-9708.
The police said persons can also contact the RVIPF Intelligence Unit at 284-368-9339. They have given an assurance that all information will be “held in the strictest confidence”.
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