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Liberty Children’s Home volunteer killed in Ladyville Print E-mail
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Thursday, 23 November 2017 00:00

Ladyville police have detained several men for questioning in connection with the murder of 46 year-old Michelle Anison, a British national who was volunteering at the Liberty Children’s Home. She was found inside her Ladyville apartment with stab wounds to the neck and chest.

At around 10:55 a.m. on Friday, November 17, police visited that apartment, located at #6 Perez Road, and inside they found her body, with the injuries inflicted on it. The cops searched her home and determined that her only missing property is her grey Nissan Rogue SUV. It was not parked outside the apartment’s parking lot, as it normally was.

The last time that she was reportedly seen alive was on Monday morning, November 12, about 4 days before she was found dead inside her home. Police say that her body was in an advanced state of decomposition.

Her friends have told the press that she has no family in Belize; they are all back in England. The only family she has here are the children of the Liberty Children’s Home, who she basically adopted as her own, while working there for about 5 years.

She is described as a very friendly person who socialized with anyone she came in contact with. She did not discriminate against anyone regardless of ethnicity, social status, or wealth. Police suspect that one of these persons, most likely a male, may have murdered her and stole her car.

There were no signs of forced entry into her home. Police investigation has revealed, however, that she did not invite anybody she socialize with to her house. In other words, it is believe that she did not disregard her own personal safety by trusting anyone and everyone to visit her apartment.

Police are interviewing the persons in detention to determine if they can help them to solve her murder.