Let’s not forget Shamar Harrigan like we probably did Hyacinth Gage.
His family has been searching for ten days now, the last report was that he was spotted close to the Robinson’s Gas Station on Lower All Saints Street with a female. That was since Monday.
His family has been searching village by village but there’s still no sign of the autistic youngster.
His sister Shantelle Barton has been on media platforms pleading for any information that would lead to his safe discovery.
The police and private search parties have been going on out every day in search of him.
The family is offering a $5000 reward for anyone with information leading to his whereabouts.
The 19-year-old is said to have the mental age of a seven-year-old and needs his regular medication.
When he left his home on November 14, he was dressed in a black and white shirt and light blue jeans. He also has a pink and blue backpack. He is described as 5ft 3 and dark in complexion.
Anyone who spots Harrigan is asked to call the family at 789-5164.