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Non-Verbal Autistic Boy Reported Missing

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Relatives of a non-verbal autistic boy have reported him missing from his Fond Bernier, Soufriere home.

A family member told St Lucia Times that Aiden Dolor was last seen in the yard of his home on Saturday at about 5:00 pm.

The family has filed a missing person report with the police, and community residents have organised a search party to find the missing youngster.

An alert on social media said three-year-old Aiden is wearing a purple shirt and grey pants.

The alert invited anyone with information about his whereabouts to call 487-0060.

They may also call the Soufriere police station at 456-3620.

 

 

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Oh my word! This hurts my heart! Where can this little munchkin be? Lord intervene right now and let him be found unharmed in Jesus name. Such a handsome little boy. Can’t imagine the pain of his family.

  2. Two missing are too many for our small island, what is going on?
    We are overdue for A k9 unit to solve missing persons quickly.. Also way overdue for a Devine interventions.. let’s find the innocent as quickly as possible..

  3. another article says that a ffew persons saw the child….u mean to tell me nobody kuda grab the child and bring him police station nothing so???? but the rolls royce or lexus dat parking near my home everyday dey seeing n beating deh mouth…..awa wiii for our island…..what we not brother’s keeper any more??? i hope the angels lead this child to a place where he can be found safe…..parents my advice to u keep ur eyes on ur kids all time in da house everywhere u can when u can….or else the end result will be far worse in cases such as this……

  4. He is still missing, I just came from by his aunt, people have been spreading false information from last night. Let us pray that he returns to his family safe.

  5. My Heavenly Father I call upon you in the Name of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and by the power of the Holy Spirit – Father I ask you right now, to unleash your Holy Angels to guide the loved ones to find this little child as soon as possible.
    If he is locked in a place unknown to anyone, Lord let your Holy Angels find him out and have him returned unharmed, I pray this in the Holy Name of our Lord and Saviour, Amen.

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