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Canaries Man Reported Missing

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Relatives Belvedere, Canaries, resident Rodwell Lansiquot have filed a missing person report with the police after he failed to return home since Monday.

Lansiquot’s aunt, Paula Marius, toldĀ St Lucia TimesĀ that he had suffered from mental health issues since his youth.

And she said since earlier this year the family had tried, unsuccessfully, to get assistance in in admitting him to the National Mental Wellness Centre.

Marius said someone saw Lansiquot heading towards the Anse Mahaut beach.

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But search parties to the area and other beaches failed to locate the 34-year-old.

Anyone with information regarding Lansiquot’s whereabouts may contact the Canaries police station at 4563610.

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  1. Its sad alot of people here have this mental disease and cant get help , treatment and no follow up on their recovery. Its a dam Shame for Government after government the same . Seems each time someone goes missing or get violent is a mental patient. Its sad times here

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