Goed Fortuin man missing

Robin Samaroo

The family of Goed Fortuin resident Robin Samaroo, who has been missing for three weeks, is seeking the public’s assistance in locating him.

Samaroo, also known as “Marra,” 54, was last seen at a Mosque at Meten-Meer-Zorg, West Coast Demerara on September 1st.

It was related by a family member that Samaroo had a habit of wandering, but has never been missing so long.

“…He would go walking for a few days and come back home, or a week and come back home… but it’s been three weeks he hasn’t been home,” the relative stated.

Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Samaroo can make contact with his sister Indira at 617-0029.

Robin Samaroo

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