By Aabigayle McIntosh
The Member of Parliament for the All-Saints West Constituency is the latest person to join the family of Noah Hurst to appeal for help in locating his whereabouts.
The 24-year-old was last seen on May 23rd and several subsequent searches for him have not yielded any positive results.
United Progressive Party MP Antony Smith it is an extremely sad situation where a mother and a family have no idea how to locate their loved one. He said he has spoken to the family members and they are truly saddened by what is happening.
“Every time I speak to them, I have to hold back the tears because it is such a sad situation. Noah is such a very good young man, he is hardworking. I am pleading with the authorities to help this family as much as possible,” Smith said.
“When you are in a situation as they are experiencing it has to be unbearable and they need the support of everyone to be out there looking”.
Smith said he too, has joined in the search but more manpower is needed. He is also appealing to the police, members of government, and others to lend a helping hand”, Smith said.
“We have to keep praying for the entire family, the father, the sister, the mother, and others”.
The Lightfoot man’s family has complained of not receiving much enforcement from law enforcement officers; however, the police have denied those claims saying they are doing all they can.
Meanwhile, the search is still on for Kevin Millet Jnr who has been missing since March 17, Kevorn Sardis Bailey, who has been missing since August last year, is also yet to be located.
He was last seen in the vicinity of the service station close to the Agriculture Ministry’s headquarters on Independence Drive.
Family Members of Missing Autistic Teen Shamar Harrigan are also still waiting, six months later, to determine if human remains found during a search are his.
Harrigan, 19 years old, was last seen on November 14, 2022.