Still no sign of missing GEA worker

Three days after his vehicle was found by police ranks in a forested location some distance away from the Splashmin’s Fun Park, there was still no sign of missing Guyana Energy Agency (GEA) worker Levoy Taljit.

Taljit, 25, of Anira Street, Queenstown, was reported to have gone missing on the night of December 23.

Levoy Taljit
Levoy Taljit

He was last seen driving his Toyota Raum, licensed number PNN 8315, which was found vandalised last Friday along the Linden-Soesdyke highway.

A source told Stabroek News that a search party, which comprised of some of his work colleagues and friends, yesterday conducted a search in the area where his car was found but uncovered no further trace of him.

Taljit was last seen wearing a burgundy-coloured t-shirt with faded blue jeans.

Taljit’s relatives are still praying for his safe return and anyone knowing his whereabouts is asked to contact them on telephone numbers 226-0433, 226-7336, 666-4012 or the nearest police station.

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