The mother of Noah Hurst, a Lightfoot man who has been missing since May 23, strongly believes that human remains discovered at Diamond Estate three months ago belong to her son.
On June 19, authorities uncovered a partially decomposed body, prompting families of missing individuals to undergo DNA tests for confirmation.
Maria Hurst, Noah’s mother, expressed her certainty after recognizing the clothing and braided hair on the body.
Despite her confidence, she was advised by the police to await forensic confirmation.
Maria emphasized her intimate knowledge of her son’s appearance and belongings, indicating her conviction.
Noah’s disappearance has left Maria searching for answers and justice.
She feels the police have been uncooperative, suggesting they have not taken her son’s case seriously.
She revealed that it took months for the police to attempt to unlock Noah’s phone, which contained potentially crucial information about his last interactions.
Frustrated with the perceived lack of action, Maria expressed her dismay over the treatment of missing persons cases in Antigua.
She called for accountability and urged anyone with information to contact the authorities.
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