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TRINIDAD – Businesswoman kidnapped

PORT OF SPAIN –– The Anti-Kidnapping Squad of the Police Service has been called in to help find missing San Fernando businesswoman Carolyn Katwaroo.

Katwaroo, 43, was last seen around 8 p.m. on Friday night by neighbours. She left her home at Block 5, Cedar Drive, Palmiste, in her white Mercedes Benz car and was seen wearing a fitted black dress.

Carolyn Katwaroo

Carolyn Katwaroo

Her younger sister Karen told the Trinidad Guardian yesterday she spoke to Katwaroo earlier that evening.

“She was in a very good mood. She said she had plans but after her neighbours saw her leave home, nobody knows what happened,” said Karen.

Katwaroo’s car was found abandoned in Union Hall, San Fernando, the next day, as one of her neighbours saw it parked along the roadway and notified the police.

“He was passing and saw the car earlier in the day and saw it again in the afternoon. The police were contacted and that is when everyone knew that she was missing.”

She said Katwaroo lives alone and has no children. Karen said nothing appeared to be missing from her sister’s home.

Katwaroo owns and operates a wholesale business, importing vegetables.

Karen is appealing to members of the public to continue sharing and posting her sister’s photos on social media sites, as the family is desperate to get any information possible on her sister’s whereabouts.

“We are asking anyone, if you saw her car or someone driving her car or saw her at any time, please come forward. Please tell the police what you know or saw, we just want our sister to come back home safely.

“Please pray for her and her safe return,” she said.

Source: (Trinidad Guardian)

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