Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Missing Man Could Still Be Alive Two Months Since Disappearance

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The distraught family of 20-year-old Kyle Carey, who disappeared about two months ago, believes he is still alive.

Mother Tracey Carey told the Tribune, the family is offering a reward of $15,000 for leads to his whereabouts.

“It’s very difficult for everybody. My husband and his siblings are just trying our best to still trust in God that we’re going to find him. We had one or two leads, but nothing came out of it.”

Carey, a King Coral Drive resident in Coral Harbour, went missing on May 11, and has not been seen since, prompting the activation of the Marco Alert System, the national alert for missing individuals in the Bahamas.

“He is the sweetest person you can meet. He is not in his best of mind, so if anyone sees him, please call the police,” Tanesha Mackey, his sister pleaded in her quest to find him when he initally disappeared.

The family is holding out hope after possible sightings by some members of the public.

“Persons calling and saying they believe they saw him this place and the next place and we did follow-ups but nothing came out of it, and at this point, we’re just still trying to look into it.”

“Some persons were apprehended for questioning, but nothing was fruitful or came out of it, but they have been helpful with us so far.”

Carey, described as slim built and light-skinned, frequented the Coral Harbour Park, the Coral Harbour Plaza and a convenience store in the area he lives.

Kaelin, his twin brother said Carey faced difficulties and was a homebody. He made this plea in a social media post: “I know you to be in your head a lot, just come home…whatever you going through remember, we love you brother …You are not alone.”

Tracey said they will continue to post flyers in hopes that he is found soon. “We just got some other posters printed out, so we’re going to go and continue to post them up.”

“All of my family and friends have still been continuing to post on social media for the reward. The reward is out there as well. It’s been put up as well and we’re still continuing to just post stuff up on Facebook and post stuff up with the posters around Nassau and stuff like that.”

If you see or have any information about Carey’s whereabouts, you contact his father at 816-1330 or 822-7821, or their nearest police station.

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