September 29, 2016

North Ruimveldt mother appeals for help

Shanna Wilson, of Kaikan Street, North Ruimveldt, Greater Georgetown, is appealing to the public to assist

N’tem Pickering

N’tem Pickering

her in the safe return of her eldest child, N’tem Pickering, who went missing on Sunday.
Wilson told Guyana Times on Tuesday that she last saw her 28-year-old special needs son at 07:00h on Sunday before she left for work.
The missing man, who does not work owing to his physical difficulties, was said to have intended to visit his grandmother after attending church, but never turned up at her house. It was stated that Pickering would leave early in the morning to attend services at Light Chapel Church in La Penitence after which he would return home around 20:00h for dinner.
Wilson said that her son was well-known in North Ruimveldt.
“I just want him to come home. I love him a lot; he’s my first son and he’s a special child. If anybody see him around, just bring him home. I don’t know where he is and where to start looking,” expressed the worried mother.
Wilson said that the matter was reported to the North Ruimveldt Police Station on Monday and it is under investigation. Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of N’tem Pickering is asked to contact the nearest police station or his mother, Shanna Wilson, on 685-6926.

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