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    2nd of November, 2021. Region 6, Guyana, South America

    Last updated: November 2, 2021 at 18:34 pm

    Update: At around 6 PM today, 2nd of November, 2021, both boys were reunited safe, sound, and unharmed with their families. The families would like to thank everyone who shared this article, and also thank everyone for their concerns and prayers.

    Lennox Leroy Linton, 10 years old, of Area R, Ankerville, Port Mourant, Corentyne, Berbice, Region 6, Guyana, was last seen yesterday, 1st of November, 2021, by his mother at their home at around 3 PM.

    He was last seen wearing a black long pants and a white long sleeve t-shirt before he left to go out with a friend who lived in the same village but several blocks away. According to the child’s mother, Alicia Moore, a 15-year old boy who is thought to be a friend of Lennox came to his home yesterday afternoon and asked Lennox to accompany him to go search for a donkey. After a few minutes, the two left the yard.

    After nightfall, Lennox did not return home and his mother became worried and started to make checks with the family of the 15-year old boy who Lennox went out with. She was told by the parents of the 15-year-old that he did not return home either. Someone said they saw the two youths boarding an estate truck heading towards New Amsterdam.

    Alicia Moore made a report to the Whim Police Station last evening at around 11 PM after she noticed that her son was not coming home and no one was giving proper answers. She went back to the station this morning at around 11:30 AM, and asked the police for assistance in helping to search for Lennox, but the police said that they didn’t have any vehicles available to go searching.

    If you have any information about the whereabouts of Lennox Leroy Linton (photographs shown above) please contact (592) 678-0747 or (592) 689-5365 or (592) 336-8989 or contact your the nearest police station.

    If you do not have any information, we ask that you kindly share this article in the hopes that it will reach the eyes of someone who does.

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