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A ST PETER man has walked away from home and his distressed family is asking the public for help.
Kenneth Franklyn Haynes, also known as Nonk, was last seen by his wife, who asked not to be named, on June 16.
She said Haynes, who has Alzheimer’s disease, was an easy-going person who played cricket in his younger days and enjoyed dominoes and fishing.
 “It’s not easy . . . we get accustomed to one another after all these years. I brace myself for him dying but I was never looking for him to walk away,” she said, adding the entire family missed Haynes, especially his son who she said was constantly looking for him.
Haynes’ sister Joycelyn Corbin, of Boscobel, St Andrew, said her brother was a “bubbly” man prior to losing his “concentration”.
“That only started last year and he began to walk away. He used to leave Indian Ground and come to Boscobel where he was born and we would either drive him back later or if he was feeling well he would catch a bus,” she said.
Corbin said she was taking the situation “real hard” which was made worse every time the phone rang with false hope.
Haynes is about 5’ 7” tall, of slim build and dark complexion with a long head and face, grey and black hair, a broad nose, normal mouth, medium ears and long chin. He has two teeth, a pleasant manner and has an erect bearing.
He was wearing a green T-shirt with black sleeves, multicoloured plaid pants and a dark cap. He was barefooted and frequents the Benn Hill, Boscobel and Speightstown areas.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Haynes is asked to contact District “E” Police Station at 419-1730/31, operations control at 430-7100 or the nearest police station. (CA/PR)
 

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