Family determined to find Winston ‘Mohammed’ Charles missing since August 27


Winston ‘Mohammed’ Charles has been missing since August 27, leaving his family grappling with a tumultuous mix of emotions.

Some remain hopeful, while others fear the passage of time may have taken its toll. Carol Martin, one of Charles’ daughters, explained the family’s complex feelings, stating, “Mixed emotions—some hopeful, others resigned to the possibility that he may have passed away.”

Nevertheless, their determination to find the 76-year-old persists, and they implore more people to join their search.

St. Paul Member of Parliament Chet Green previously offered a EC$5,000 reward for information. Charles was last seen in Liberta wearing blue football shorts and a dark T-shirt.

The family can be reached at 728-0408 or 771-3714. Charles’ disappearance is one of several in Antigua this year, including Steadman Christian, Noah Hurst, and Kevin Millet Junior.

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  1. We need a missing persons bureau. Antigua is not big enough for a person to be missing this long man. This type of thing used to be few and far between now it is every month somebody is missing. Am I the only one noticing this or what ? I hope he returns home safely.

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