Bahamas Murder Rate Jumps To 50


CaribWorldNews, NASSAU, Bahamas, Tues. Aug. 11, 2009: Bahamas` murder rate has jumped to 50 with the killing of a woman outside her relatives` house.

Tagia Soles, according to police, a 29-year-old woman was visiting her homeland in the Seabreeze Estates area, in a white 2008 Honda Accord, accompanied by her three-month-old son and two girls ages 12 and 17 years old respectively., when she was fatally shot. 

 `As the driver was parked in front of the home, the two girls went to knock at the front door of the relatives` home. It was during this time when a gunman approached the car and fired from a weapon causing injury to the left side of the body of the 29-year-old female` a police statement said. `The injured woman was found in a lifeless state after she drove a short distance away through the named street and rear-ended a parked Nissan Sentra and causing damage to two other parked vehicles.`

Soles was the mother of three and the wife of the co-host of St. Kitts` WINN FM`s radio show `Technologique – TechSperts On Call.`

Police have appealed to the public for help in finding the killer.


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