One week after his disappearance, Charles remains missing; $5k reward now on offer for information leading to his return

The search for Winston “Mohammed” Charles of Green Hill, Liberta,
entered its seventh day on Sunday, August 3, as a search party went
out in at about 3 p.m. that day, and a reward is now being offered for
information leading to his safe return home.
Reports say a reward of $5,000 has been pledged by the
parliamentary representative for the area, Paul “Chet” Greene, and
that the searches include members of the Liberta community.
Charles has been missing since early Sunday afternoon, August 27,
and his family is concerned about his wellbeing, since the elderly
man has vision challenges and is in the early stages of dementia.
He reportedly left home on foot and was dressed in a pair of blue
football shorts and a dark-coloured T-shirt.
Last week, persons told the family they had spotted Charles on Jonas
Road. But, since then, there have been no further sightings of the
76-year-old man.

Meanwhile, reports say that a drone is being used to aid the search,
and the Police are also assisting the family.
One of Charles’ daughters says they have already covered
everywhere they believed he might be.
Last Thursday afternoon, August 31, a search party comprising
relatives, Liberta residents, police officers from the C Division, and
members of the Defence Force combed Green Hill, Table Hill Gordon,
Roman Hill, Swetes, Tyrells, Buckhorn, and its environs for the
elderly man – without success.
Other searches have followed and will continue throughout this
Anyone with information on Charles’ whereabouts may contact his
daughter at 723-9393 or the nearest police station.