By Zaya Williams
The family of Winston ‘Mohammed’ Charles, who has been missing since August 27, is now navigating a range of emotions in their quest to find their loved one.
Carol Martin, one of Charles’ daughters, revealed that within the family, emotions are diverse, with some members remaining hopeful while others grapple with the passing of time. She remarked, “Mixed emotions, some persons are hopeful. I guess for some, the amount of time has passed they would think that he would have passed on, but some are still hopeful.”
Despite this emotional rollercoaster, the family remains determined to locate the 76-year-old and is calling for more individuals to join their efforts.
Charles was last seen at his Liberta residence, wearing blue football shorts and a dark-colored T-shirt.
St. Paul Member of Parliament Chet Green had previously expressed concern for Charles’ well-being and offered EC$5,000 as an incentive for anyone with information to assist in the search.
The family urges anyone who has seen Charles or possesses information about his whereabouts to immediately contact them at 728-0408 or 771-3714.
Charles is the latest in a series of disappearances in Antigua this year, alongside Steadman Christian, a man in his 60s who went missing in English Harbour on August 3; 24-year-old Noah Hurst of Lightfoot, last seen on May 23; and Kevin Millet Junior, 18, who was last seen on March 17.