Mystery surrounds the whereabouts of Mark Green, the father of 19-year-old Nathan Greene, whose body was found by police last Saturday afternoon in a track at Hangman Hill, St Thomas.
Neighbours said the father appeared to have left the Emerald Park West, St Philip home on Sunday, less than 24 hours after his son’s body was discovered, and he has not been seen since.
When Barbados TODAY visited the area this afternoon, the house was shut tight, with no signs of activity in or around it.
The community, virtually a new one, was also quiet, as few residents were at home at the time.
Hardly anyone who spoke to Barbados TODAY knew Nathan well, with some indicating they were new to the neighborhood, while others said they had only seen him from time to time.
However, one neighbour who admitted not knowing the former St Michael and Ellerslie School student, said residents had not seen him in a very long time.
“He moved out over a year ago and we aren’t too sure where he went. After he finished school he started to get mixed up with the wrong crowd. He started to get a bit troublesome and couldn’t get along with his father,” said the neighbour who requested anonymity.
The cause of the teenager’s death has not been revealed, and police are asking anyone with information that can assist their investigations to call the District ‘D’ Police Station at 419 1729, or 410 1726, police emergency 211, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-8477 or the nearest police station.