Oct 19, 2009 News
An East Bank Demerara man is seeking the whereabouts of his 29-year-old wife, Joy France, who disappeared three days ago.
The husband, Seepaul Paul, told Kaieteur News that his wife of 15 years left their Lot 385 Craig, East Bank Demerara home last Thursday and has not been seen since.
The couple has six children, including a two-year-old son.
Paul said that he returned from “the bush” at around 05:30 hrs on Thursday and gave his wife all the money he had returned with.
He then went to sleep.
Paul said that his children awoke him at around 07:00 hrs to ask him for money for transportation to go to school.
When he informed the children that their mother had the money, they informed him that she was not there.
Paul said he learned that his wife had told her father-in-law that she was going to see a doctor at the Diamond Diagnostic Centre.
The distraught man said that she was not there when he checked and he has been unable to contact his wife on her mobile phone, which has been turned off.
The woman’s relatives have all said that they know nothing of her whereabouts.
According to Paul, his wife took the couple’s marriage certificate with her, but he is unsure whether she took any extra clothing.
The man insists that the two had no domestic problems.
Paul, who has made a report at the Grove Police Station, said that he is so upset that he has not eaten since Thursday, while his wife’s mother has taken ill.
He is urging persons with information about his wife’s whereabouts to contact him and other relatives on telephone numbers: 665-6060; 683-9553; 266-2723 and 678-1986.
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