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Sister praying for brother’s safe return

A sister is hoping that her brother, who has been missing for the past two weeks, is found alive and in one piece.

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 52-year-old Audley Athelbert Rudder of Hunte’s Road, Carrington Village, St Michael. He was discovered missing around 7 p.m. on April 24, 2016 and has not been seen since.

Missing man: Audley Rudder

Missing man: Audley Rudder

Rudder is of dark complexion, a low hair cut, bushy eyebrows and has a mole on the left side of his chin. He walks with an erect posture and was last seen wearing grey, black and green sneakers and a blue jean pants.

His sister Serlene Lovell told Barbados TODAY when she went into her brother’s room to give him some tea she had made, she realized that he was not in bed.

“The bed was just made up like he was laying down because he had the pillows long ways. It looks like he went through a bedroom window because both doors were still locked. He couldn’t go through the gate because the gate keeps noise,” she said.

Serlene Lovell

Serlene Lovell

What has her worried is that her brother suffers from epileptic seizures and requires an injection every two weeks to keep his condition under control. She calculates that the last time he took his medication that was on April 27.

“I don’t know where he gone. He got to keep getting the injection. He could go and catch a seizure and lay down some place and pass out. I wonder all the time,” she said.

“Every morning I get up and look in the verandah to see if he out there. Everyday at work I waiting to hear if my phone ring to hear if them find he. I have my prayer partners at home praying for his safe return. I hope they find him alive and not dead,” Lovell added.

One Response to Sister praying for brother’s safe return

  1. kathy-Ann Clarke May 12, 2016 at 9:56 am

    Keep praying for his safe return.


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