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Another taxi driver gone missing

MISSING: Deonarine Sukhdeo
ANOTHER taxi driver, Deonarine Sukhdeo, 21, of Lot 57 Diamond New Housing Scheme, East Bank Demerara, has gone missing.

Arvin Sukhdeo, 20, told the Guyana Chronicle yesterday that his brother was last seen about 14:30 h Wednesday at the car park on the public road outside the scheme and he did not return home that night.

The younger Sukhdeo said the older was in company with two women and a child, all of whom he was hired to take to Kuru Kuru along Soesdyke/Linden Highway.

Family members became worried after Deonarine did not go back to their house as usual after work and they were informed, when they rang, that his two cellular phones had been turned off.

The Sukhdeos went to Kuru Kuru Thursday and yesterday but got no useful information about the missing manís whereabouts although some residents said they saw the car in the area Wednesday night.

The Sukhdeos have received some telephone calls from friends who said they, too, had seen the car at Providence and Herstelling, also on East Bank Demerara and in Georgetown.

The Sukhdeos said the orange and gold colour vehicle was only purchased last year November and they will continue to search for it and the driver, as they do not want to believe it was hijacked and he kidnapped.

Several months ago, a La Grange, West Bank Demerara taxi driver also went missing and only the shell of his automobile was found aback of South Dakota Racing Circuit, Timehri, with his bloodied driverís licence and a pillow, on which he used to sit, inside.

Saturday, April 22, 2006