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Anse La Raye Man Reported Missing

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Police are asking for the public’s help in finding an Anse La Raye man who has been missing for the past few days.

The police have identified him as 79-year-old John J. Imbert, alias Louis.

The Church Street, Anse La Raye resident was last seen on Tuesday, April 30, 2024, in Charlon, Anse La Verdure.

He wore a faded blue t-shirt, trousers, brown boots, and a grey hat.

A Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) Facebook post disclosed that Imbert has an amputated right arm.

The post also said he is five feet tall, sports a flat haircut, and has a white beard.

It appealed to anyone with information regarding Imbert’s whereabouts to contact the Criminal Investigation Department at 4563770, the Anse La Raye police station at 4563600, or the Crime Hotline (555).

Alternatively, they may use the Crime Hotline App.

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