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Mar 31, 2009

Reward offered for missing San Joaquin resident

Story PictureThe family of Ricardo Enrique Magana is offering a reward for his safe return. Ever since the forty-six year old left his home in San Joaquin Village, Corozal on Saturday morning, he has not been seen or heard from. Magana left home on Saturday morning after cops were called to settle a domestic dispute. His abandoned van bearing taxi license plates was discovered at a farm on the Consejo Road on Monday. The vehicle was in tact and the keys and Magana’s passport were found inside the vehicle. At the scene police also found a number of empty Ibuprofen pill packets. The family is offering a reward of four thousand dollars for information leading to or that can help in locating Magana. Magana left home in khaki shorts and a grey T-shirt with white stripes. If you have details of Magana’s whereabouts you’re asked to call the nearest police station or the Officer Commanding the Corozal Police 422-2303 or 623-4014, or the police hot line 911.

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