Killer suspect was ‘willing to pay any amount’ to find Dover
- wanted bulletin issued
Shaquawn Alleyne, the boyfriend and suspected killer of Shonette Dover, had said that he was willing to pay any amount of money just to know whether the young woman was fine.
In a Facebook post on April 6, some three days after Dover’s family and friends realised that she disappeared, Alleyne wrote: “anybody with info I begging (you) to please come forward I willing pay any amount of money just know that she is fine.”
In that same post, he pleaded with her to make contact with her loved ones if she was “out there”, adding that everyone was “worrying sick”. But all this time, Alleyne had allegedly already killed her and buried her in his backyard in the presence of his father and Dover’s 15-year-old sister. He and the sister were also part of the numerous search parties for Dover.
On Friday morning, more than three weeks since Dover’s family and friends began frantically searching for her, she was found in a shallow grave in the backyard of Alleyne’s house at Canvas City, Wismar Linden.
According to police reports, the 15-year-old sister confessed to detectives that she saw when Alleyne shot and killed her on the night of April 3 and then later buried her in the backyard of his house, in the presence of his father.
However, from the numerous Facebook posts made by Alleyne following the young woman’s disappearance, it appeared otherwise.
In the same April 6 post, Alleyne recounted that Dover left the house on the afternoon of April 3 but never arrived at work. He said that she was last seen by her big brother on the MAckenzie shore with an unknown woman.
On subsequent days, he shared posts with other missing women and updates on Dover.
Meanwhile, police have issued a wanted bulletin for Alleyne, for questioning in relation to the murder committed between April 3 to 30, 2021. Police said that his alias is “Iswe”, which is the name on his Facebook page.
Anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of Shaquawn Alleyne is asked to contact the police on telephone numbers 444-3406, 444-3297, 444-3351, 444-3512 444-24429, 442-0759, 225-3650, 226-1928, 911 or the nearest police station.