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‘Thank God!’ – Missing Mother And Infant Found


Twenty-five-year-old Natrani Narain, also known as Monica, and her infant reported missing from their Plateau, Babonneau residence on March 10, 2023, have been found in a house in Castries.

And police have launched an investigation into the matter.

“Thank God. They were at a friend,” Narain’s stepmother Kamaldai Hemraj told St Lucia Times.

According to Hemraj, someone called a family member who picked up Narain and her infant on Tuesday night.

The stepmother told St Lucia Times that the information she received was that the baby girl appeared to have lost weight and seemed not to have been cleaned for days.

“She had a bad smell,” Hemraj stated regarding the infant.

Hemraj had told St Lucia Times earlier that it was not the first time Narain, originally from Guyana, had gone missing.

The stepmother explained that the twenty-five-year-old woman, who also has a six-year-old child, has mental issues.


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  1. If she has mental issues as stated in the article – she may not have the capability to care for herself and or the children. If the family members are aware of this situation – clearly medical intervention is required. By the way – please have them both checked out medically especially the baby which the article states is only 20 days….praying – help help help help.
    By the way – the house where she was found – did they not also realize that something was definitely wrong?????????

  2. “She was with a friend”? Really? Or do we really need to define what is a friend?

  3. She was with a friend who for 10 days never noticed her face all over the media as a missing person, who never saw it fit to make a call to her family to let them know that they she is OK. Somting is wong!!


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