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Jun 29, 2010

Blood found in car allegedly linked to murder of Neisa Pipersburgh

Pallotti graduate, Neisa Pipersburgh was found dead on June nineteenth at Burdon Canal at Mile Six on the Western Highway; three days after she had gone missing. Police detained a few persons, but then released them after questioning.  One of those detainees was a neighbour whose car was impounded.  And while police have not come up with evidence against anyone, they have made some interesting discoveries in the car.  News Five has learned from reliable sources that cops have lifted what appears to be human blood from the vehicle.  Samples of the blood have collected and will be sent abroad for testing.  Police have questioned a close friend of the nineteen year old graduate but she reportedly did not contribute anything significant. Neisa went missing from her home in the Faber’s Road Extension area only three days after graduating from Pallotti High School.  Her body was discovered on the same day she was to attend her prom.

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6 Responses for “Blood found in car allegedly linked to murder of Neisa Pipersburgh”

  1. silence justice says:

    I told u its the neighbour whos heart was beating fast and realize he cant let this moment pass and he snatch her as she camme out thaat day, open your eyes belize police, a mothers instinct is not to be ignore,u have this one in the bag cops go for it

  2. Wants Jusitces says:

    the person who cause pain to this mother will get his share twofold but through the Hands of God, God sees everything….what Ms.Alice went through is the wosrt punishment a human being could get…

  3. Kendralee Z says:


  4. unfair treatment says:

    I believe justice will be serve!

  5. Ordained for Change says:

    If this is not evidence, I don’t know what else is…. the Police authority really needs to open their eyes with all that’s happening in our country. What will it take your those in authority (who took an oath to protect and serve) to actually do just that. Maybe they are waiting for this to happen to someone in their family. I pray that no one of you have to endure the pain that is associated with this kind of situation and that the Belizean authority should be making sure that this does not occur again. It is time to clean up this mess in Belize – this really begs the question of “who is in charge and do they really care about the well being of the people?”

  6. Angry loved one says:

    They found the blood yet say it’s not hers , its not a match…. what else is new ?
    i new that would have been the result.
    they had him right in their palm yet they let him go to be out here still threatning more people, causing fear in our lives i’m tired of living in fear of this individual…..but i believe that in time everything will come to light and he will pay for what he did to her and many others before her. I will fear him no more, his stares cannot and will not frighten me Anymore.
    Missing you sis. but your now out of his reach.

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