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Dec 27, 2017

Eugenio Rodriguez Gone since December 16th

Eugenio Rodriguez

Jamal Humes remains missing…so is twenty-four-year-old Eugenio Rodriguez.  Both men are residents of Belize City and haven’t been seen for the past several days.  Earlier today, the Belize Police Department spoke on both, unrelated disappearances.

 

ASP Alejandro Cowo, O.C., C.I.B., Belize City

“We have two missing persons, the first one was reported on Saturday, December twenty-third.  Monifah Brakeman, nineteen-years-old Belizean call center representative of number Thirty-seven Hummingbird Street and reported that since Wednesday, December twentieth, her brother Jamal Humes, of a Faber’s Road Extension address, was reported missing.  He is a person of dark complexion, about five feet, nine inches in height.  Slim built, black hair with a Mohawk style.  He was last seen wearing a faded sky blue jeans pants and a blue in color t-shirt and a pair of Jordan tennis black in color.  So far, the police have received several information about this person’s whereabouts.  We have verified, we have conducted several searches within Belize City but up to now have proven to be fruitless.  The matter is still under investigation at this moment.  The other missing person was reported on Sunday.  Britney Rodriguez, nineteen-years-old, a call agent of Tigris Street, Belize City, she reported that on Saturday the sixteenth of December 2017 was the last time that she had seen and had contact with her brother Eugenio Marcos Rodriguez, twenty-four-year-old Belizean security guard of Sixteen Armadillo Street.  He is of dark complexion, thick built with a short haircut and black in color mustache.  The color of the clothing that he was last seen is uncertain at this moment.  Also, police have since been receiving certain information and have been checking into the whereabouts but up now have proven to be fruitless.  The matter is still under investigation.”

 

If anyone knows information on the whereabouts of these two men, they are asked to contact the nearest police station or crime stoppers Belize at 0-800-922-TIPS. In the case of Humes, his family can be contacted also at 604-9840.

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