According to sources the body of Roseanne Raymond, also known as Urita, was found at her home in Marisule. Police responding to a call from family, who reported no response to phone calls, went to her house to perform a wellness check and discovered the body. She had not been heard from since being last seen sometime during the day on Friday.
She lived alone at her home down the Marisule road (across from Corinth/Grand Riviere junction with the Gros Islet highway), a few houses from from the Marisule beach. Her car, which is red in colour, is reported to have been discovered on the Waterfront in Castries with the hazard lights flashing.
Having returned 30 years ago from Canada she was a former manager at Boat Phone and had since retired. She is also reported to have been a staunch Roman Catholic who served in the Gros Islet Parish.
More information coming in is that the vehicle had been stolen, and construction work was also in progress on her house.
It has been reported that the deceased was seen in her car being driven with two men, one in the driver’s seat and the other in the back with Roseanne on Friday morning. It is suspected that she was taken to the bank.
After her car had been seen abandoned near the Waterfront, and after numerous calls by friends and family were unanswered, a report was made to the police.
The front door was found locked as well as the bedroom where she was found.