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Jun 20, 2012

Missing: a step son, a nephew and a husband

There has been an increase in missing persons’ reports and today there were three on the police blotter. Fifty-seven year old Hector Sierra, a carpenter of Bradley’s Bank, Santa Elena, says his fifteen year old step-son, Dinner Nolasco, disappeared five days ago. Sierra told police that he left for work at around six a.m. last Friday, but Nolasco was nowhere to be found when he returned and there has been no word on the minor’s whereabouts since then.


Meanwhile, in Dangriga, Ignacia Palacio has reported that on Saturday, she also left home at around six in the morning. She went to sell clothes and left her nephew, twelve year old Cyril Lino Blanco, in the care of Gladys Martinez. Palacio returned home to find that Cyril was gone. He is slim built and about four feet tall with dark hair, a narrow face, and a scar under the left eye. He is also of dark complexion and has liver spots on his face.


And in Orange Walk, Shirley Rodriguez of San Jose Village had reported her husband missing. Thirty-two year old Juan Antonio Rodriguez reportedly left home shortly before o’clock on Sunday night and told his wife that he was going to meet a friend. Rodriguez was wearing a white T-shirt with long jeans pants and drove a red Ford Escort car with Corozal license plates. He is five feet, six inches in height, has brown eyes and brown skin.

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3 Responses for “Missing: a step son, a nephew and a husband”

  1. Storm says:

    A little essential detail would help the public help the families.

    In the first case, did the father wait FIVE DAYS to report the boy’s disappearance because he has a habit of running away?

    In the second case, what does baby-sitter Gladys Martinez have to say about the events regarding the child’s disappearance?

    And in the last case, putting out the licence number would help.

    I really believe that the super-majority of good neighbours can do a lot to catch criminals, solve crimes, and find runaways, IF THEY HAVE THE FACTS. I’ve noticed that good neighbours in Cayo in particular have solved a couple of serious crimes lately. Let’s spread the attitude across the Jewel.

  2. Elgin Martinez says:

    It would make sense to have pictures of these missing people.

  3. GINA says:

    Pictures are the 1st thing that should be posted when talking about a person, secondly, I know these kids don’t have money to travel far so they should be in the vicinity, contact friends & family, do a patrol of your area immediately and alert the public, don’t WAIT TILL IT IS TOO LATE.

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