Tomorrow, Jan. 11 will make one week since 46-year-old David Renee of Cedar Heights, Vieux Fort was reported missing.
Family members are appealing to members of the public who may have any information about his disappearance, to contact the police.
“It’s really painful for me,” said his brother Curtis Renee in an interview with HTS. “It’s not easy. All I wish is to see him.”
The father of two was last seen on the evening of Wednesday, Jan. 4 at his home in Cedar Heights, his sister Lindy Renee told St. Lucia News Online last Saturday.
She said a passerby, a woman who knows him, reported seeing him at his residence around 7 p.m. that day
Lindy said her brother’s vehicle was discovered by a family friend later that evening “at the back of Public Works in an isolated area”.
She said based on initial checks, she was told that there was nothing strange about the vehicle. Its doors and windows were locked. The police removed the vehicle last Thursday afternoon.
Lindy said calls to both his cell phones went straight to voicemail. She said her brother lives alone and checks at home showed nothing amiss.
In a Facebook post last Saturday, Lindy said this is a heartbreaking moment for the family who are praying and hoping for his safe return.
“We are having a hard time coping, not knowing the whereabouts of my brother David since his vehicle was found in an isolated area…” she wrote.
Lindy has described her brother as “more or less a church guy” who has never gone missing before.
Police are investigating. Anyone with information are asked to contact the Vieux Fort Police Station or the nearest police station.