Senior citizen missing from his Liberta home since Sunday needs his meds, daughter says

The family of Winston “Mohammed” Charles, a resident of Green
Hill, Liberta, is making a desperate appeal to the public for
information on his whereabouts.

Reports say that Charles, 76, went missing on Sunday, August 27.
One of his daughters tells REAL News he was last seen at home at
about 1:30 or 2 p.m.

She explains that her father – who lives with a niece – suffers from
dementia. He is on medication to calm his nerves, but has not had
any since his disappearance.

The woman says it was her sister who realized their father was
missing, sometime after 4 p.m., and notified her. Reportedly, the
matter was reported to the Police as well.

In addition to the family members living with Charles, his sister
resides next door. His niece was not at home when Charles managed
to leave the house, but a male relative was present, reports claim.
His daughter says that Charles has wandered away in the past, but
was usually brought back in a short time by persons who spotted
him on the road.

This, she says, is the longest period that he has been missing from

The woman was unable to say what her dad was wearing at the time
he left, but she says people claim to have cited him at different
locations across the island.

Some claim to have seen him on Jonas Road in the vicinity of the
Mount Joy Service Station while others say he was spotted in the Pot
Works Dam area.

Reportedly, the Police conducted searches for the elderly man on
Monday morning, August 28, but he was not found.

Anyone with information on Charles’ whereabouts may contact his
daughter at 723-9393 or the nearest police station.