Missing five year old found

Five year old Shonari Larcher of Bo Cage who was reported missing yesterday has been found.

Larcher, who attends Camille Henry Memorial school, was delivered to his parents at about 7:pm last night, relatives of the boy have told the Times.

According to reports, the child was picked up after school yesterday by the school’s Coach to play football.

Relatives said that an error was made since the child was mistaken for another boy with a similar name.

They told the Times that after the football session the Coach, upon realizing that no one had showed up for the boy, called the Principal who had by that time been alerted to the fact that the child had been reported missing.

Arrangements were made to hand the child over to his parents, the Times was informed.

Larcher’s mother, Christine Henry, has expressed her deep gratitude to the many persons who helped in ensuring the child’s safe return.

Henry said she also wanted to thank the many persons who expressed concern and support during her moments of anguish over the child’s disappearance.

“I felt very good about that,” she told the Times.


  1. Anonymous
    September 16, 2016 at 10:40 am

    Thank god

  2. Just saying
    September 16, 2016 at 3:59 pm

    Although this is a great end to this ordeal, it clearly shows the flaws in the security of children in our schools. Parents entrust schools with the protection and knowledge of the children once on property. What if this had taken another turn and he had been abducted? Security needs to be stepped up island wide at all educational institutions.

    1. Ems
      September 17, 2016 at 7:44 am

      So true

  3. Anonymous
    September 17, 2016 at 9:08 am

    Alot of parents don’t care about the safety of their children on compound. The government provides minimal security. When asked to contribute 30.00 a year for added security parents objected heavily!
    Anyway how the hell is that a security issue???? Would the security know all parents????

  4. Just saying
    September 17, 2016 at 11:12 am

    It is very obvious the security will not know all parents. Suggestion here is that security will limit the traffic of “anyone” who may get onto the school compound. In the case above, security whether it be in the form of a human or camera would have shown the last sighting of this child at the school. There is no need to go overboard. It may be that an extra $30 is a strain on some parents but I can guarantee you that regardless of social stature, parents of a missing child will question the school’s accountability.