The 11-year-old who had been missing since Thursday is back home safe.
St George Secondary School student Lindy Owen London was returned home today.
When a Barbados TODAY team visited his Arthur’s Hill, Bridge Cot, St George residence this afternoon, shortly after police left the home, the boy disclosed that he had run away after wrongfully being accused of stealing.
He said he had been staying in an abandoned building not far from his home and had not eaten since Thursday.
Meantime, police are still looking for 85-year-old Chesterfield Hinds of Parkinson Road, Fairfield, St Michael who was last seen at home around 4 p.m. last Friday.
At the time he was wearing a green t-shirt, a khaki cargo pants, a pair of black canvas shoes and a black cap.
The elderly man is about 5’ 5” in height, of slim build and has a dark brown complexion. He has a receding hairline with black and grey hair. He has a round head and face, no teeth and his posture is slightly bent forward. Chesterfield frequents the Fairfield community.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact police emergency number 211, or the nearest police station.
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