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Ciceron Man Reported Missing

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Police have appealed for public assistance with information about a missing Ciceron, Castries, man, Sylvester Henry, also known as Jah Give.

According to the police, individuals last saw the Ciceron resident one month ago at the Castries Market.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) would like anyone with information regarding Henry’s whereabouts to contact the Criminal Investigations Department at 456-3770, 456-3758, or the Crime Hotline at 555.

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  1. one month ago? and only now this is being reported? aa…boy oh boy…..not sure of the results of that one….wayy too long…

  2. just 30years . man looking 60years already smh. well I eh see him yet if I see him I will let you know

  3. Were the protocols followed for that missing person ? Why did the police take well over a month to seek the public’s help in finding the person. Who Police the Police in situations like this one.
    Now, one can easily conclude why our country is in such mess – there is no urgency when it comes to the Police. Those guys only disappoint the public every time they need to work.

  4. Probably the habit of the individual life style could also contribute for only now a person missing report can file. Sometimes mate still alive somewhere. Let’s hope for the best and he showed up strong.

  5. @Jah Guide the Police have to be informed by a family member or relative of thir missing love one before they can take action. No matter what you or I think of the quality of action they take.

    The Police may have only been informed days ago hence this appeal.

    Until you hear a family member come out to say they made a report a month ago then we can’t criticize.


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