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Debe handyman missing for 10 days
The family of a Debe man is seeking the public’s assistance to find him after he went missing eleven days ago.
Mala Dookie told the T&T Guardian yesterday her uncle Basdeo Dookie was last seen on January 11, walking along Lalbeharry Trace, Debe.
Mala said Basdeo, 62, was dressed in a brown pants and cream shirt at the time. When relatives did not see him for several days, a report was made to the Barrackpore Police Station last Thursday.
Basdeo is described as approximately 5’4” tall and is said to weigh about 125 pounds. Mala said he has short gray hair and a graying beard.
Mala said her uncle, who works as a handyman, lives on his own in Lalbeharry Trace, a short distance away from other relatives.
She said none of his belongings seem to be missing.
She said the family has launched their own search for Basdeo, putting up posters bearing the man’s face in Debe and Penal over the last few days.
Anyone with information on Basdeo’s whereabouts is asked to contact Chan at 739-3715/ 342-5435 or Mitra at 344-7815 or Hansraj at 326-2369 or the nearest police station.
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