Saturday, June 3, 2023


Sister Pleads for Safe Return of Missing Man

The family of 20-year-old Kyle Carey is worried sick.

Carey, a resident of King Coral Drive went missing last week Thursday and has not been seen since.

“He is the sweetest person you can meet. He is not in his best of mind, so if anyone see him, please call the police,” Tanesha Mackey, his sister pleaded.

The family said 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.

“He is my baby brother and the feeling of not knowing is unbearable. I just need him home safe,” the distraught sister said.

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

He continued, “I know [I’m] to work and you be by yourself, but don’t let the enemy take you from us brother…Come back. I know [you’re] alright.”

A friend of Carey said he often travelled without a mobile phone and is not sociable. “He is a loner and does not have any friends or girlfriends.”

If you have any information of Carey’s whereabouts, the family is asking you to call the police.

What Is Known and Still Unknown About Missing GB Man Who Feared for His Life

Joshua Storr told his mother that he was fearful that someone wanted to take his life.

The 24-year-old man from Grand Bahama moved to New Providence in October last year to find employment, and last told his mother Sonia Storr, that he was successful in gaining employment as a security guard.

But during his short stint in the capital, he grew fearful and called Sonia around 6 am, one month ago, dreading that someone wanted to kill him.

Sonia has not heard from Joshua since and flew to Nassau to find him, but to no avail.

This is her second attempt at finding Joshua.

What is unknown

Police have not indicated if there is an official search for Joshua.

And it is still not known when and where he was last seen. His belongings have not been found to indicate he is safe.

Sonia does not know where he lived in Nassau and which company purportedly employed him. Neither has she revealed any possible motive for the missing case.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the police or his mother at 819-4415.