Invitation to the public to sign condolence book for the late Officer Arrindell

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Invitation to the public to sign condolence book for the late Officer Arrindell

Police colleague Rachel Martina is seen signing the condolence book. (Photo contributed) Police colleague Rachel Martina is seen signing the condolence book. (Photo contributed)

PHILIPSBURG – “In connection with passing of our dear colleague and friend, the Management of the Police Force (KPSM) on Monday March 20th placed a table with a picture and condolence book of the late Annick Arrindell in the lobby of the Police Headquarters in Philipsburg,” a press release from the Police Spokesperson said on Monday.

“This book is at the disposal of the general public. The public is hereby invited to come in at any time and sign this book as an expression of their condolence,” the press release concludes. (Police Force Sint Maarten)

CUTLINE: Chief Inspector Ricardo Henson is seen signing the condolence book.

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