Body believed to be that of missing Brit found in St George

A body believed to be that of 49-year-old British national Steven Weare was found early this morning at Hillside Garden, the Mount, St George.

However, there has been no official confirmation from police who remain mum about the identity of the Caucasian male found.

Police have said the death was unnatural.

Weare, a resident of Newcastle Plantation, St John, was last seen in the car park of Burger King at University Drive, Black Rock, St Michael.

His week-long disappearance startled the residents of the Newscastle, St John community, who referred to the Brit as quiet and businesslike.

When Barbados TODAY visited his home on Monday, neighbour Margaret King was hoping he would return safely as this was the first time that the peaceful neighborhood had experienced such an incident.

“Nothing so never happened up in here yet, “King said at the time.

Police are asking anyone with information that can assist with their investigation to call  Police Emergency 211, Crime Stoppers at 1800 –TIPS (8477), or the nearest police station.

All information received will be strictly confidential, lawmen said.

24 Responses to Body believed to be that of missing Brit found in St George

  1. Kaiser Sose
    Kaiser Sose September 2, 2017 at 1:46 am

    I’m telling you whom ever did this thang them, man y people o n the island depend on tourism to survive the GDP depends on I t to not have a colossal recession .
    AG since you are so clueless on mixers of black folk.
    Ma y be you will grow some balls and act n o w it affects the economy .
    But he’ll you and Bumble Stewart are probably sleeping.

    • Anonymous September 2, 2017 at 8:49 pm

      What are you trying to say?

  2. Maureen Rose Tull
    Maureen Rose Tull September 2, 2017 at 3:55 am

    Sad to hear this, not just for the poor man himself but for the detrimental effect on Barbados itself if foul play is found and tourism is affected,many have said they no longer feels as safe in Bim as in former times,so sad .

  3. Terry Hitchmough
    Terry Hitchmough September 2, 2017 at 4:40 am

    This is so worrying , said without knowing the circumstances but its definatley putting me off coming back to the island reading to many of these incidents recently

  4. Mar Git
    Mar Git September 2, 2017 at 4:57 am

    Is it connected to the big drug find a few days ago ..?????

    • Lynda Bonnett
      Lynda Bonnett September 2, 2017 at 6:59 am

      Good question …… sneaky reality

    • Ali Baba
      Ali Baba September 2, 2017 at 7:53 am


      • hcalndre September 2, 2017 at 5:18 pm

        Ali Baba, you saw all who had a problem with Naked Departure, it exposed all their dirty linen and there is one who wanted the person to die from a heart attack.

  5. MIIB September 2, 2017 at 6:31 am

    Come bout here with contraband under the guise of White supremacy. Cant touch you aint it? One Cracker dead and you all having a fit. I forgot a zillion to one. No sympathy and don’t look for empathy neither. Kill enough of we as it is. Selective amnesia some colonised bajans suffer from. None. Acting like our cosmopolitan attitude protects us from the ills in society. The whole Caricom in trouble, sorry I meant the world. Maureen where will the Tourist go where there is no crime. Bora Bora, Maldives, Thailand, Mauritius, where….. You in for a surprise. The world has changed. Our police do a fantastic job in solving these crimes against humanity. More resources and training thats all they need.

    Barbados remains one of the safest places to visit.

    No white man life is any more important than us. Dont follow that mentality. Watch when it comes out who we was, what he done and was involved in. Play with lions you will get eaten.

    Ummmmm live by sword they usually say die by what…. ice-cream?


    • Simon September 2, 2017 at 7:10 am

      MllB Just because he is a white man don’t give anyone excuse to kill him, especially for the purpose of stealing his money. He don’t deal in contraband. And when it comes out you will find out he was just a normal guy from the UK, never been in trouble with the police and wouldn’t hurt anyone. he been up to nothing except sell cars and then get killed for it by lowlife scum who wanted to steal his money. His family have employed and put food in the mouths of your people over the last 10/15 years. Its a shame the good people on Barbados will lose out because of this.

    • J. Payne September 2, 2017 at 5:04 pm

      You really axing? St. Baarts is the new go-to with low crime. Or you rent out an island like Richard Branson away from people and you live crime free without and ‘locals.’

  6. Richard Braithwaite
    Richard Braithwaite September 2, 2017 at 6:41 am

    Let’s just…take a breath … Wait and see..
    What’s actually has gone on here.?

  7. fedup September 2, 2017 at 7:57 am

    MIIB Yuh talking like yuh know sain..better b careful..Duh shooting blacks too…and by de way..wuh he do you? Betcha yuh answer is ’nuffin’. A man dead and u talking bout white supremacy..just using words.
    NEVER take delight in another person’s plight.

  8. Isolene Evans
    Isolene Evans September 2, 2017 at 8:14 am

    I hope the truth of this situation comes out.I am very NUM about what is going on in Barbados. The island is to small for all this bad publicity. It seems that most of the crimes are drug related and is ommitted by non Barbadian who the US UK and Canada refuse.The government need to use what ever means possible to take back Barbados from the hands of the gangs. Start cleaning house like other country. Don’t let Barbados become like other carribneans countries that I would not mention to start a social media war.

    • hcalndre September 2, 2017 at 5:29 pm

      @Isolene Evans; home grown bajans are not capable of committing any crimes? it has to be Guyanese or deportees, well the majority of Guyanese are out so its the deportees. Bajans are angels and Barbados is their heaven.

    • Anonymous September 2, 2017 at 8:53 pm

      You such an idiot

  9. Monique Kashia
    Monique Kashia September 2, 2017 at 9:07 am

    Smh…just now de UK going issue a travel advisory

  10. jrsmith September 2, 2017 at 9:14 am

    @,Richard B, hail, hail, your (6:41) on the button must add this have a long way to go, around the world gathering speed….Wait and see……………………………

  11. Head shots September 2, 2017 at 10:04 am

    White people bring in the most drugs and guns ,maybe he cross the wrong Barbados underworld is controlled but the rich and power they own business just to launder their money ,nobody ain’t just going kill he like that and thats facts

    • J. Payne September 2, 2017 at 6:39 pm

      You believe so? Well if rich white people stop coming we’ll see if crime goes up or down in Barbados then won’t we?

  12. Bobotheclown September 2, 2017 at 11:47 am

    Choose your friends wisely.Barbados have become a so called safe haven for a lot of criminals and criminal activities.When people in the know states that Barbados has become a major money laundering and other criminal infested society ,there is a collective blast from those who would want to pretend that , no,not Barbados.Our elected officials cried foul when Barbados was mentioned as a heavenly for drugs, Guns,and money laundering.Well all the killings that we are now seeing is a by product of all the above .Sad to say it,
    but the worse is yet to come.

  13. Sandy September 2, 2017 at 12:22 pm

    The result of the UK Referendum to leave EU which had immediate effect of the £ dropping over a third in value against US$ will have bigger effect on tourism from UK to countries whose currency is linked to the US$ than an unnatural death of a tourist.

  14. Greengiant September 2, 2017 at 7:43 pm

    Not saying this is the case with this incident or persons involved, “but high end vehicles, money laundering, and drugs go together in this island”.

    Look around this country and see who drives, owns, leases and rents what. Who connects with who business wise, who limes where and with who. This is not rocket science, they’re persons living lifestyles they can’t afford. That’s why we have this category of crime increasing. Gone are the days when burglary, bag snatching, and consumption of drugs was the issue.

  15. Donild Trimp September 3, 2017 at 9:22 am

    @ Kaiser Sose –
    Something is wrong with your keyboard – and you !!!!!!!!!!!

    Garbage in – Garbage out.


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