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Jun 11, 2012

12 year old boy missing in Corozal

We’ve reported so far on three teenagers who went missing and have all been found dead. Well, another child recently disappeared and his families is tonight hoping for better news. Twelve year old Alvin Choc of Louisville, Corozal was sent to a shop, not far from his house on Saturday morning and has not returned. Distressing reports to his family indicate that a young man was seen taking Choc on the river in San Victor Village in a dory. Choc is about four feet tall, slim built with a narrow face and a low haircut. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the nearest police station.

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6 Responses for “12 year old boy missing in Corozal”

  1. Storm says:

    I pray that an all-powerful and protective God will return the boy safely to his family.

    If not, then our police and courts must get a full measure of justice.

  2. reaching out says:

    to the family of this young man, im sure this is causing u many sleepless nights. May god bless you, and im praying for your sons safe return.

  3. rasman says:

    I think the solution lies in teaching our children what our elders taught us: Do only what you have been asked to do. Growing up in a small community I would not dare go about my business doing something else without a whipping when I return. When I was sent out, my parent would know exactly how much time I needed to take to do the chore.

    We are reaping the result of children’s ‘RIGHTS’ ramp down our throat that has not been accompanied with the elements of responsibility, obediance and respect. It sad that those who advocate these things do not incorporate which the same intensity the other side to rights responsibility, obediance and respect. So our children are let loose.

  4. Seriousone says:

    I agree with you rasman….. back in the days parents were VERY strict, can’t take longer than u’re suppose to.. not even a MINUTE late or else we’d be punished. Come on parents, don’t love your children too much and spoil dem, as a matter of fact, spoiling a child is not loving them. I am not judging this boys parents, i’m just saying a few thoughts.

    I hope this little boy returns home to safe and unharmed. Belize needs to be cleansed from all this crime happening. Load up all the murderers, rapist, etc and ship dem far away from Belize, THEN i’d be able to walk on the street without fearing for my life.

    Belize Needs serious Prayers people, let’s start!

  5. prettygirl says:

    I certainly agree with rasman and serious one this children’s right! is not working the way it should be. The government has to do something urgently about this situation Belize is a very small country to be having so many violence and must put a stop to it! Wake up ! people bring up ideas on how we can prevent these kidnappings, rape, and violence. My Prayers goes to these families who have lost their loves one and to the family of the child to return safely home.

  6. caleb orozco says:

    not good

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