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Family in agony over missing dad


Anesta Henry

Family in agony over missing dad

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While the sun was setting yesterday, two women were bustling through bushy areas in Coggins Hill, St Andrew, with tears streaming down their faces.
They were looking for their missing father, 87-year-old James Best, who suffers from dementia and Alzheimer’s.
“We search all over. We search in the bush. We search between the trees. We search through the grounds. We search over the hill. We search, we search, we search! We searching since six o’clock this morning,” Best’s daughter, 62-year-old Carmen Best-Cox, told the DAILY NATION as her sister Thelma Newton, 60, walked up and down looking through the bushes for her father.
The elderly man, who is about 169 centimetres tall, of slim build and dark complexion, with grey hair, drooped shoulders and no teeth, left home on Tuesday, to go to a nearby plot of land and has not been seen or heard from since.
Read the full story in today’s DAILY NATION.

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