UPDATE-Missing woman back home safe

The intense 24-hour search for 49-year-old Karen Harris has ended with the Rowans Park, St George resident now said to be back home safe and sound.

Confirmation of this from family members and officials who were part of a 300-strong search party which had been out hunting for clues since last night in a feverish bid to locate the woman, who left home around 3p.m. Friday for a jog but could not be found after that.missing Harris

The extensive search stretched from St George to St Joseph today. However, Harris was said to be at the home of a relative in Moonshine, Flat Rock, St George most of the time.

“Everyone we found Karen. She is safe. The police are on site with her now. Thank you for your help and support,” said a post carried on the official “Find Karen Harris” Facebook page tonight.

In a statement, the Harris family also expressed “heartfelt thanks to the hundreds of people that volunteered to assist in the search.

“We would also like to extend our gratitude to the Barbados Police Force, the Barbados Defence Force and the Roving Response Team for their assistance in co-ordinating the search.

“We also want to acknowledge and express our appreciation to all the media channels and local businesses for their assistance in informing the public. Words cannot express our appreciation right now,” they added in the statement, in which it was reported that the missing woman was found safe at 6:45 p.m.

Police spokesman David Welch also confirmed to Barbados TODAY shortly after 7 p.m. that the search had been called off for Harris, who is a mother of two girls and the wife of businessman Kyle Harris.

He however said he could not confirm reports that the woman, who did not show any signs of physical injury, was having family problems.

Today’s search involved police, army and RSS officials, the Roving Response Team, as well as scores of Barbadian civilians who joined in the effort.

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203 Responses to UPDATE-Missing woman back home safe

  1. Susan Noel Forslund
    Susan Noel Forslund February 28, 2015 at 7:45 pm

    Did she not know people were worried and looking for her….? Im so happy she is safe!

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    • Sue Ward
      Sue Ward February 28, 2015 at 7:55 pm

      Let’s not judge until all the info is given. The police are yet to make a formal statement.

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    • Susan Noel Forslund
      Susan Noel Forslund February 28, 2015 at 7:56 pm

      Im certainly not judging but this has been all over the news all day! Its just an observation….its not meant with any malice. I’m over the mon he has been found safe

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    • Sue Ward
      Sue Ward February 28, 2015 at 8:00 pm

      I am sure the details will come out once they can be safely given. Obviously if others were involved then whatever is mentioned will have to be very contained in case of a trial etc.

      Not meaning any malice at all, such an emotional day in Barbados.

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  2. Susan Noel Forslund
    Susan Noel Forslund February 28, 2015 at 7:45 pm

    Did she not know people were worried and looking for her….? Im so happy she is safe!

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    • Sue Ward
      Sue Ward February 28, 2015 at 7:55 pm

      Let’s not judge until all the info is given. The police are yet to make a formal statement.

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    • Susan Noel Forslund
      Susan Noel Forslund February 28, 2015 at 7:56 pm

      Im certainly not judging but this has been all over the news all day! Its just an observation….its not meant with any malice. I’m over the mon he has been found safe

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    • Sue Ward
      Sue Ward February 28, 2015 at 8:00 pm

      I am sure the details will come out once they can be safely given. Obviously if others were involved then whatever is mentioned will have to be very contained in case of a trial etc.

      Not meaning any malice at all, such an emotional day in Barbados.

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  3. Rosanna Lewis
    Rosanna Lewis February 28, 2015 at 7:49 pm

    so what about Shane Cumberbatch that have been missing since February 3rd. The police have not even given an update since he went missing.

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    • Mhizz Forever Bless
      Mhizz Forever Bless February 28, 2015 at 8:01 pm

      And sydney holford.

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    • Renee Wilhelmina
      Renee Wilhelmina February 28, 2015 at 8:28 pm

      I’m sorry to say this but we all know how it goes if you don’t have the money or color you have no face or name in Barbados that’s the sad part whats even worse it happens all over the world, the fact that the island is small makes this fact more concentrated In all my life I’ve never seen a call out like this by authorities for a missing person in Barbados yet

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    • Lisa Sherman- Shamray
      Lisa Sherman- Shamray February 28, 2015 at 8:37 pm

      It was her family and friends who propelled this by setting up whatsapp messages and a fb page sheesh! Get real

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    • Renee Wilhelmina
      Renee Wilhelmina February 28, 2015 at 8:45 pm

      I’m speaking on the authorities not friends or family and that’s whats being spoken about not people that pitch in on the search

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    • Lisa Sherman- Shamray
      Lisa Sherman- Shamray February 28, 2015 at 9:13 pm

      Well it would seem that the family putting public attention on the search was largely what put pressure on police and authorities to act .We all know the squeaky wheel is what gets the oil !

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    • Renee Wilhelmina
      Renee Wilhelmina February 28, 2015 at 9:17 pm

      If that’s your opinion or perception on the situation so be it but I see form another I’ve seen family and friends loose a love one and no amount of pressure form them move police and armed services into action IJS

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    • Lisa Sherman- Shamray
      Lisa Sherman- Shamray February 28, 2015 at 9:26 pm

      I am sorry to hear that and that is not right I just think it’s wrong to use someone else’s rough time to draw such broad parallels

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    • Renee Wilhelmina
      Renee Wilhelmina February 28, 2015 at 9:36 pm

      Its not broad at all its a way of life for some of us until you’ve been on that side of things you can never understand i’m not saying your wrong i just have a different perspective

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    • Alisa Cox-West
      Alisa Cox-West February 28, 2015 at 9:46 pm

      Man goes missing and it isn’t reported in the paper til days later. I wouldn’t hold my breath waiting for the defense force to search for him either.

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    • Kamille Delaney
      Kamille Delaney February 28, 2015 at 10:54 pm

      The family reported it days later. How would the police know he was missing again? Alisa Cox-West Plus he was found the next/same day

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    • Alisa Cox-West
      Alisa Cox-West February 28, 2015 at 10:57 pm

      Defense force searched for him as well right Kamille Delaney?!

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  4. Sonia Romain
    Sonia Romain February 28, 2015 at 7:49 pm

    To God be the glory, great things he has done. Nothing beats the power of prayer. Thank God she has been found alive.

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    • Derwood Ricardo
      Derwood Ricardo February 28, 2015 at 8:27 pm

      Pray had nothing to do with her being found.

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    • Peggy Stoute Morin
      Peggy Stoute Morin February 28, 2015 at 10:13 pm

      What happens when people pray and they are found dead?

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    • Glenn Damon Clarke
      Glenn Damon Clarke March 1, 2015 at 9:08 am

      Pray doesn’t do crap but comfort a fool into thinking everything will be alright.

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  5. Sonia Romain
    Sonia Romain February 28, 2015 at 7:49 pm

    To God be the glory, great things he has done. Nothing beats the power of prayer. Thank God she has been found alive.

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  6. Matie Siew
    Matie Siew February 28, 2015 at 7:49 pm

    Praise God . good news

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  7. Divine Duchess
    Divine Duchess February 28, 2015 at 7:58 pm

    Im glad she’s home what happened or where she went is none of my concern, being alive and well is whats important! Kudos to the search team, God is and will continue to prove He is Awesome!!! Blessings….

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  8. Jade Goodman
    Jade Goodman February 28, 2015 at 8:00 pm

    I haven’t seen any police updates on this disappearance Rosanna Lewis . Her family and friends took charge of the situation and assisted, as anyone who has a lost family member should. Black people need to be taking notes. If we stuck together like this and helped each other pick up the other, a lot of unnecessary problems would be solved. Sitting in your butt won’t save anyone. Putting down your brother and pointing out errors without any solution won’t help any of us, and every man for himself is not how a community grows. #groupeffort

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    • Andrea White
      Andrea White February 28, 2015 at 8:16 pm

      Well said.

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    • Sue Ward
      Sue Ward February 28, 2015 at 8:32 pm

      Tbh black or white, on this tiny island we should all stick together. Skin colour should be irrelevant… #dreamingofabetterbim

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    • Jade Goodman
      Jade Goodman February 28, 2015 at 8:39 pm

      With all that’s going on in the news and racial tension constantly growing it’s impossible to ignore it. It will always be the big white elephant in the room. Black people as a whole can not make proper relationships with other races until they deal with their own issues first. How can we be at peace with everyone else if we aren’t at peace with each other?

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    • Rene Brathwaite
      Rene Brathwaite March 1, 2015 at 9:40 am

      Well said cuz… Very well said!!!

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  9. Bardell P Pilgrim
    Bardell P Pilgrim February 28, 2015 at 8:03 pm

    Hallelujah

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  10. Bardell P Pilgrim
    Bardell P Pilgrim February 28, 2015 at 8:05 pm

    She’s back home safe…thank you God…and to all those who prayed, came out and assisted in every possible way….thank you….to all involved …thank you

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  11. Lisa Clarke
    Lisa Clarke February 28, 2015 at 8:05 pm

    Thank goodness

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  12. Barker Antony
    Barker Antony February 28, 2015 at 8:05 pm

    Hold I lost , you waste everybody’s time, police resources etc, caused a ton of people anxiety and you at a relative’s house and could not even call!!!!!

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  13. Marcy Jones
    Marcy Jones February 28, 2015 at 8:07 pm

    Story doesnt make sense. If she was at a relatives home, why didnt they let all who involved know she was safe? All that man power searching when they could have been elsewhere.

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  14. Daniel Polonis
    Daniel Polonis February 28, 2015 at 8:13 pm

    While I am glad the community responded and that she has returned by all accounts unharmed..At what point if she was Ok should she have called the Police or even her husband or daughter?? I hope the next time a 14 year old girl goes missing from “the city” the response is the same. If it turns out that this turns out to be some “domestic issue” An apology should be issued by now “found” person.

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    • Lisa Worme
      Lisa Worme February 28, 2015 at 8:19 pm

      Don’t judge a situation without all the facts.

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    • Lisa Sherman- Shamray
      Lisa Sherman- Shamray February 28, 2015 at 8:30 pm

      Exactly! To not knowing facts and judging like fools !Wow people are something else lol

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    • Daniel Polonis
      Daniel Polonis February 28, 2015 at 8:30 pm

      not judging at all only replying to what has been presented

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    • Marsha Peppa Fly Hinds-Layne
      Marsha Peppa Fly Hinds-Layne February 28, 2015 at 8:36 pm

      Daniel Polonis boyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!! welcome to Barbados…

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    • Lisa Sherman- Shamray
      Lisa Sherman- Shamray February 28, 2015 at 8:48 pm

      The only reason why this case got attention is becAuse her family and friends made the efforts and used social media to get action and apply pressure ! And as strangers who are we to jump to conclusions …. We do not know her let alone what her state of mind .l

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    • Daniel Polonis
      Daniel Polonis February 28, 2015 at 8:57 pm

      Based on what we know…Police officers, civilians, and BDF members put themselves in harms way to look for this woman..suppose one of the search party were injured or seriously hurt or as limited Police resources are diverted away from their normal duties that puts the public at risk for what turns out to be a domestic issue.. then yes as a member of the public..i can voice my opinion. Additionally as you so well put it..Social media was utilized there thrusting it into public domain. While I originally posted I am glad she is ok..if this had happened in the US, if it was determined by the Police that there was never a threat to her safety…she would be given a bill for all the government resources used to locate her. Your right , I don’t know her, I will probably never meet her and if I Idid, I would tell her the same thing. I do respect your concern though.

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    • Lisa Sherman- Shamray
      Lisa Sherman- Shamray February 28, 2015 at 9:16 pm

      It’s a public forum we are both expressing opinions

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    • Daniel Polonis
      Daniel Polonis February 28, 2015 at 9:18 pm

      and I respect that.

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    • Crystal Fagan
      Crystal Fagan March 1, 2015 at 7:13 am

      I honestly believe what Lisa Sherman- Shamray is saying if her friends and family wasn’t doing anything about it they wouldn’t have done anything about it….I think because her friends and family blew it up and made it know island wide, the police wanted to keep it under control. ..other than that de police, bdf who eva went would not have gone no where

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    • Daniel Polonis
      Daniel Polonis March 1, 2015 at 7:17 am

      I agree 100% Miss Fagan, It is clear that the government only became involved because you had 300 citizens out in force looking for Mrs.Harris , that is a policy issue that needs to be addressed at the administration level. Mrs. Harris should thank each and every person that went out. the more information that becomes available the more this incident becomes bizarre.

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    • Daniel Polonis
      Daniel Polonis March 1, 2015 at 7:20 am

      It is however an indictment on the system in place and the community..that when you see a article posted about missing juveniles, that the response is not the same…only that 4 days later a small notice that the juvenile was located.

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  15. Amanda Honk Honk Boyce
    Amanda Honk Honk Boyce February 28, 2015 at 8:19 pm

    I’m just going to say what is on everyone mines that is reading this “She is white that is how they got so much people looking for her even the army yet they are still people that are missing and they don’t get that support” yup I am glad she is alright to be honest.

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  16. Andrea White
    Andrea White February 28, 2015 at 8:20 pm

    Too many lay-man detectives in Barbados. If we wld spend that effort uplifting each other this world matter of fact this country would be a better place. Thank God she is alive and safe with her family. When we bleed we see red. Not black or white.

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    • Jade Goodman
      Jade Goodman March 1, 2015 at 9:31 am

      Thank you but they are so stuck on putting down what someone else is doing which they want in their lives. It’s called coveting sadly they don’t realize any of it. And it will be apart of our own demise. Barbadian hardly know the true face of racism we have no clue. Some of them don’t even have one white friend to speak of and are talking all over their mouths about “white people this and that” repeating what they’ve heard from children. Empty vessels do what? Before they try to break down the stigma they themselves are making the wall larger and larger. Just makes no sense. We can show the word that things can be done differently, but no. They find it better to point, blame and play a race card which many dont even know what it feels like to be in the other side of anymore. It’s sad

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    • Andrea White
      Andrea White March 1, 2015 at 9:36 am

      If they put action where they mouths are a lot of problems can be solved. Look at the togetherness is all other race and the black man hate to see each other get through. Best we can do is sit back and criticise bunch of hypocrites. Togetherness.

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  17. Katz Marie
    Katz Marie February 28, 2015 at 8:23 pm

    Why is this a white or black issue. Look at the way her relatives approached this. They sent out there own flers and worked social media. How many other families have done that. Shake my head on those playing the race card.

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    • Shirley Garnes
      Shirley Garnes February 28, 2015 at 9:10 pm

      Well said. I don’t understand why everything is always turned into a race issue.

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    • Elke Hassell
      Elke Hassell March 1, 2015 at 4:07 am

      Cause it is!

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    • Samud Ali
      Samud Ali March 1, 2015 at 9:35 am

      Everyone can afford to have friends and relatives get into their cars and on their facebook pages and start looking . It’s call doing for yourself.

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  18. Cheryl M Wiltshire
    Cheryl M Wiltshire February 28, 2015 at 8:24 pm

    This is ridiculous!!! Someone should be charged with wasting law enforcements time.

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  19. Derwood Ricardo
    Derwood Ricardo February 28, 2015 at 8:25 pm

    My question is, who pays for the resources that were mobilised? This was an unprecedented use of resources unlike any I have ever witnessed in Barbados especially when a BLACK citezen of this country goes missing and the press has a right to call a spade a spade.
    This woman had to have seen the news reports and knew all her friends, family and other concerned people were looking for her, yet did nothing. I guess she taught “him” a lesson.
    Ridiculous.

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    • Derwood Ricardo
      Derwood Ricardo February 28, 2015 at 9:48 pm

      I’m here reading these comments about not making this a race issue ok, if they don’t wish us to call it so, let’s then call it a class issue. Recently a wealthy couple went missing at sea, the entire “class” or “rich folkes” mobilised. Mr. Williams even sent out his plane to search for them. We have fisher folkes that go missing and the only people that are mobilised are the Coast Guard.
      So stop with all the bull that this massive mobilisation is not rooted in race, sorry I meant class.

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    • Elke Hassell
      Elke Hassell March 1, 2015 at 4:05 am

      It IS a Race and class issue and don’t be afraid to say so.

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    • Veroniva Boyce
      Veroniva Boyce March 1, 2015 at 5:11 am

      Well said Derwood!!

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  20. Alleyne Jennifer
    Alleyne Jennifer February 28, 2015 at 8:27 pm

    Thank GOD

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  21. Mandy Miller
    Mandy Miller February 28, 2015 at 8:27 pm

    The answer to where she was is in the article. There was no need to mention family problems, all that time and money spent! ( shaking my head)

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  22. Naomi Vashti Braithwaite
    Naomi Vashti Braithwaite February 28, 2015 at 8:29 pm

    Hmmmm. Makes one wonder what she was running from….. Just saying

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  23. Roger Marlon Worrell
    Roger Marlon Worrell February 28, 2015 at 8:29 pm

    Fascinating country!!

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  24. Renaldo Techfourless Scott
    Renaldo Techfourless Scott February 28, 2015 at 8:33 pm

    if Barbados is such a close knit and loving community why cant we have a response like that for everyone that goes missing both governmental and individual wise….am happy shes back home safe and sound

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  25. Lucille Smith-Pauletto
    Lucille Smith-Pauletto February 28, 2015 at 8:35 pm

    Thank God you are OK karen, who feels it knows it

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  26. Elaine Crichlow
    Elaine Crichlow February 28, 2015 at 8:39 pm

    Thank you Lord. Keep family informed at all times.

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  27. Michelle Gloumeau February 28, 2015 at 8:43 pm

    Thank God she is OK! Bajans be proud!! You united as one, many probably united for a stranger. You should be very very proud!!

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  28. Barbara Anne Hyder
    Barbara Anne Hyder February 28, 2015 at 8:46 pm

    Very strange……..

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  29. Gemini Knits
    Gemini Knits February 28, 2015 at 8:46 pm

    Amen

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  30. Jude Parker
    Jude Parker February 28, 2015 at 8:47 pm

    Do they do all of this for missing Bajans?????

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  31. Sherel Gaskin
    Sherel Gaskin February 28, 2015 at 8:47 pm

    She wanted time out, all that glitters is not gold.

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  32. Sharon Lynch
    Sharon Lynch February 28, 2015 at 8:48 pm

    Thanks b 2 god she’s safe

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  33. Sandra Whittaker
    Sandra Whittaker February 28, 2015 at 8:52 pm

    Thank goodness

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  34. Adrian Reid
    Adrian Reid February 28, 2015 at 8:53 pm

    Hmmmm dem people was only on the government road we got two acres of land ain’t see none of them to challenge them I would have loved to

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  35. Jo-anne Tull
    Jo-anne Tull February 28, 2015 at 8:54 pm

    I find this interesting….

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  36. Adrian Hinds February 28, 2015 at 8:55 pm

    Glad that she is safe. From the looks of things it appears that many likely assume the worst from the very beginning – why is that? She and the relative with whom she was staying must have cut all communications with the outside world. There is other explanation for why it took 24 + hours for her to be located there.

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  37. Adrian Reid
    Adrian Reid February 28, 2015 at 9:00 pm

    Secondly I don’t care if they found her or not every day the most serious crimes are committed against or own and we don’t ever get this kind of response from nobody in this little island so as I said yesterday if the criminals want to see the laws really work just harm one of the elite in this little island and we would all see the justice system really work

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    • Jozette Bibby
      Jozette Bibby February 28, 2015 at 9:56 pm

      Couldn’t agree with you more…24 hrs aint pass yet and they all bout hunting for her…so unfair

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  38. Activist February 28, 2015 at 9:13 pm

    Can you believe,black people in this country has been going missing for years – innocent children, teenage girls, young beautiful women,old men with dementia , alzheimers – some never to be seen alive again and never this kind of response from anybody! Just goes to show how prejudice this country is ! But for one little whitewoman who , by the way didn’t feel like going home and decided to chill out by somebody’s house – YOU SEND OUT POLICE, ARMY, RSS, ROVING RESPONSE TEAM, SCORES OF CIVILIANS,DRONES, DOGS AND HORSES ! OH AND WHATSAPP MESSAGES

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  39. Lady-Stylez Pilgrim
    Lady-Stylez Pilgrim February 28, 2015 at 9:15 pm

    Listen I never in my life see so much humans out on search for a missing person in bim yet!!!!! Then she reappear. ….hmmmm that fishy

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  40. Ras Rika Inniss
    Ras Rika Inniss February 28, 2015 at 9:17 pm

    Hmmmph

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  41. Adrian Reid
    Adrian Reid February 28, 2015 at 9:17 pm

    Stupse this is bim money talks bs walk

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  42. Marcia Walton
    Marcia Walton February 28, 2015 at 9:23 pm

    Black people in BIM go missing everyday,,,,never get much attention but a mention in The Nation & CBC….No GPS tracking for pings….no Whatsapp circulation….No special attention more than the ordinary from all these agencies….however….a white person goes missing and EVERYTHING get turned inside out in BIM to find her…

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    • Anita Martin
      Anita Martin March 1, 2015 at 12:15 am

      it has nothing to do with white or black, her family never gave up from what i read and heard they are the ones that organize the search

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  43. Alisa Cox-West
    Alisa Cox-West February 28, 2015 at 9:24 pm

    Now this has me very uneasy! I am upset, vex, uncomfortable, etc.

    You mean to tell me that this woman had an entire island searching for her and she was chilling at a relatives house?! Barbados is too rass small for she and the relative to be completely oblivious to the fact that there was a search going on. No tv, no telephone, no internet, NOTHING?! I am pretty sure someone would have knocked on the relative’s door and ask if she saw the missing lady.

    Barbados, wake up and wake up NOW!!! When our people of darker hues go missing, the nation posts up a cover story and THAT IS IT! This woman goes missing and the entire rassgate defense force searching for her like she is Bin Laden?!

    I am calling it like I see it, this family has done a great job of distracting the country from whatever they have going on so that it can go undetected. Would be surprised if a few ppl left this morning on flights or containers were shipped out with kilos laundered money, and God knows what else while our armed forces are out searching for a woman who was probably home sippin mauby and laughing at our naïveté!

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  44. Judy Lorne February 28, 2015 at 9:28 pm

    Great!

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  45. Mark Wrd
    Mark Wrd February 28, 2015 at 9:29 pm

    Playing around and wasting people time .

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  46. Alisa Cox-West
    Alisa Cox-West February 28, 2015 at 9:30 pm

    Is the Defense Force still searching for Shane Cumberbatch?
    http://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/63437/missing-shane-cumberbatch

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  47. Jan Gibson
    Jan Gibson February 28, 2015 at 9:33 pm

    There has to be a reason why she did not sleep home and rather selfish not to let have let her family know her where abouts. I am happy that all is well. More in the mortar than the pestle. Hummm! For all those race comments, I am sure many ‘black’ bajans prayed. I did.

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  48. Isolene Evans
    Isolene Evans February 28, 2015 at 9:37 pm

    Thanks God she is back home safe. Before calling her a missing person, the husband should of check with other relative and friends. If she needed time and space to be a lone she should of informed the husband and children. She should be made to apologize to all the people involved in the search, given a warning not to do something like this again and the cost of the search should be paid for by her family. She had the whole country on edge.Thank God now everyone can sleep tonight.

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  49. Isolene Evans
    Isolene Evans February 28, 2015 at 9:37 pm

    Thanks God she is back home safe. Before calling her a missing person, the husband should of check with other relative and friends. If she needed time and space to be a lone she should of informed the husband and children. She should be made to apologize to all the people involved in the search, given a warning not to do something like this again and the cost of the search should be paid for by her family. She had the whole country on edge.Thank God now everyone can sleep tonight.

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  50. Alisa Cox-West
    Alisa Cox-West February 28, 2015 at 9:51 pm

    Defense force, police, etc. all looking for a woman who clearly did not want to be found rather than cleaning up the island! She should never be allowed to walk the streets again!

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  51. anonymous February 28, 2015 at 9:58 pm

    This woman was just being selfish and inconsiderate. The family also over reacted. Waste of everyones time.

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  52. Marva Ward
    Marva Ward February 28, 2015 at 9:59 pm

    White get treated like royalty in this country.

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  53. Kay Critchlow
    Kay Critchlow February 28, 2015 at 10:01 pm

    Well I have followed this story from the beginning, I was so upset that a jogger black white rich or poor just disappeared . I have prayed for this lady Karen’s safe return so now I’d like to know what happened ?

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  54. Adrian Reid
    Adrian Reid February 28, 2015 at 10:05 pm

    Wake Up bim if you ain’t got dollars no body don’t care bout you sorry to be the one to tell you guys this but look at what happened yesterday and today I didn’t even know that a brother was missing all that time till today so tomorrow we all going and look for him?

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  55. Alan Highton
    Alan Highton February 28, 2015 at 10:10 pm

    Too much speculation here. I suggest we wait for more details before we jump to conclusions. The one truth is that all of us who felt concern deserve an explaination. My concern is Bim´s reputation which is already crumbling.

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  56. Sylvia Jones
    Sylvia Jones February 28, 2015 at 10:10 pm

    Thanks be to God

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  57. Edward February 28, 2015 at 10:12 pm

    From all I have read,all I can say is,wonders never cease.

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  58. Anthony February 28, 2015 at 10:19 pm

    Can you believe ! For years black people in this country have been going missing some never to be seen alive again – children, teenage girls, young beautiful women, old people,some with dementia and Alzheimer’s and never a response like this from anybody. However for one little white woman supposedly missing for a few hours – who didn’t want to go home but was chilling by someone’s house – you can send out POLICE, ARMY, RSS, ROVING RESPONSE TEAM, CIVILIANS, RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT, DRONES,DOGS, HORSES. OH AND WHATSAPP MESSAGES! AND DON’T EXPECT PEOPLE TO SPEAK OUT!

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  59. Jason Evelyn
    Jason Evelyn February 28, 2015 at 10:20 pm

    Conspiracy theories, racism, bias, judgements, proclamations, activists, politics. It is evident that change of a certain kind of mentality will never occur.

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  60. Mani Slater
    Mani Slater February 28, 2015 at 10:24 pm

    What kind of faults alarm this is steew….well well got me here feeling sorry for her …school girl behaviour not a responsible mom.smh

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  61. Adrian Hinds February 28, 2015 at 10:30 pm

    The response to this missing person alert was unprecedented and as such people are asking why. I think it is a fair query. Added to this, is the manner in which the search took place – so soon after the alarm was raised. Less than 24 hrs after she was reported missing the search took on what look like a recovery rather than a search – traversing areas where a body might be located rather than live a person – why? One would have thought that a thorough check-in with, and search of all family members, friends and acquaintances would have been the priority as studies have shown that there is a very high probability that a person – being missing, is precipitated by problems in their personal life. I’ve always said that the the movie ” A bugs life” is a metaphor for how “White -ish” people in Barbados conduct and sees themselves. They tend to “jump” to conclusions about their vulnerabilities very quickly.

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  62. Heather Cole
    Heather Cole February 28, 2015 at 10:35 pm

    Where are the family and friends of Shane Cumberbatch? Will a search of this magnitude be organized for him? Did the police wait 24 hours before announcing that he was missing? What is the police’s and defence force’s update on this missing man? All citizens must be treated the same. All persons who took part in todays exercise now have some expertise. Shane is still missing so everyone, black, white, yellow please do what you can to help find him especially if you have the ability to mobalize people. Do not make finding a person a race issue.

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    • Jodi Brathwaite
      Jodi Brathwaite February 28, 2015 at 10:59 pm

      They should get the horses helicopters etc to look for the missing man…

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    • Jade Goodman
      Jade Goodman March 1, 2015 at 3:38 am

      He’s been gone for a long time it will not be anywhere near as easy as this. Anyone’s best bet to find a missing person is usually within the first 48hrs or so. They need to investigate further and find new leads

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    • Heather Cole
      Heather Cole March 1, 2015 at 9:36 am

      He has not been gone too long. Dead or alive if the police and the defence force came out in the numbers as they did yesterday he can be found. There is an opportunity here for the police to treat missing black people the same way as they treated the disappearance of this woman.

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  63. Susan Maynard
    Susan Maynard February 28, 2015 at 10:37 pm

    AMEN

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  64. Sherwin Boyce
    Sherwin Boyce February 28, 2015 at 10:38 pm

    It’s still Black History month right?…….people take note thats all I have to say

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  65. Kirstin Va
    Kirstin Va'auli February 28, 2015 at 10:41 pm

    I am of white bajan decent. I lived in Barbados for a while and now live overseas. Bajan whites are a close knit community that tend to stick to themself. Many (not all) go to the same clubs, schools, nightclubs etc. Many white bajans know eachother or otherwise they will know of someone through their mothers brothers neighbour…..or something similar. Many (not all) have money. I can see why people looking at the huge search for this lady might think it’s unfair. But it’s a result of a tight knit community that has the money, unity and influence to stand strong. Also it seems to me that the family were fairly well known.
    I am very glad that the lady was found safely -as I would be for any other person, of any race in the same situation. I would like to think the same amount of effort will go into searching for anyone that goes missing in the future. After contacting all the friends and relatives first though.

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    • Veroniva Boyce
      Veroniva Boyce March 1, 2015 at 5:46 am

      I was waiting for someone to admit that the Caucasians of Barbados have their own tight knit community. This have been going for generations and I have seen it. Even my daughter at the gentle age of 6 years old picked up on it. What are they afraid of? Is it a Slave Master mentally? Or is it I got a few more dollars than you I can’t mix with you. What happened over the last 24 to 48 hours speaks volumes and I have respect for all the Black Barbadians that were not afraid to comment or speak up on the issue of race. If this matter don’t bring both RACES together nothing will.

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  66. Ideatrice February 28, 2015 at 10:45 pm

    There have been many comments on the race of the missing woman. Has anyone stopped to think why a woman would leave her home in this manner? I hope that all is well with her home life and that she does not feel trapped or is not trapped in a bad situation. If this is so, I hope that she has not been forced back into a bad situation. Sometimes we are too quick to see race and privilege and not the humanity of people. Something does not add up here.

    As a black woman and a Christian, my prayers are with her. No woman, rich, poor, black, white, Indian, Chinese, etc. should ever be in a situation like this…

    Perhaps, instead of focussing on issues of race and privilege, those who are believers should pray that all will be resolved in her life.

    Give thanks for what you have instead of coveting what others blessings. I do not consider it to be a privilege to have to be searched for by anybody in this manner…

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  67. Sonia Romain
    Sonia Romain February 28, 2015 at 10:52 pm

    I can see so far 2 Ppl do not believe in prayer. For right now I will leave the atheist to themselves. #willnotcommentfurthertothosetypeofppl

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    • Derwood Ricardo
      Derwood Ricardo March 1, 2015 at 6:51 am

      Oh but i do believe in the power of pray but you need to Go read your Bible John 9:31 Now we know that God heareth not sinners: but if any man be a worshipper of God, and doeth his will, him he heareth. Psalm 34:15 The eyes of the Lord are on the righteous, and his ears are attentive to their cries. The word clearly states … Those that doeth his will and The Righteous, not those that are in the Church making mock sport.
      So some of you remember that praying over a sinner that never repented of their sins, you’re wasting breath, when some of you run crying to God for this and that and you never hear from him, check yourselves, don’t even bother wondering why your prayers were never answered.

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  68. Eva Greene Wilson
    Eva Greene Wilson February 28, 2015 at 10:56 pm

    “Tight knit” white community? Well, the relative must not have been tied up in that tight knitting… cause the whole island was looking except that one relative.

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  69. Sonia Romain
    Sonia Romain February 28, 2015 at 11:01 pm

    I was trying hard to don’t comment on the black/white issue but I will. If ppl like you all who are critising the way the family, friends and interesting persons have come together to search for karen. When black ppl go missing why don’t you all get together the same way and search. That is why we black ppl are still living in the past and watching face. #gosh man it ain’t call for all of that kind of talk. We need to live together as one like the white ppl.

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    • Bonnie Belle
      Bonnie Belle March 1, 2015 at 2:18 am

      And who said that family and friends don’t come out and search? What ppl are upset about are the public resources that were pulled from normal duties for the search neglecting everything else but these same public resources are never pulled when it’s an “ordinary bajan” even though we are paying the taxes that pay their salaries. What we want to know is why we are treated differently.

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    • Bonnie Belle
      Bonnie Belle March 1, 2015 at 2:19 am

      Clearly it’s you that’s living in the past and won’t open your eyes

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    • Jade Goodman
      Jade Goodman March 1, 2015 at 3:46 am

      Lol black people own drones, black people own horses and suv’s, cars , trucks black people can make their own fb group and start a island wide search. “Keep sharing!” That’s all it took. Telling friends to tell friends to keep searching. , many young girls have been lost and found this way within the same day or less than a week later. Notification via whatsapp and bbm. I’ve even help share a few. You’re beating a dead horse smh. If the police and defence force don’t hear you, let the whole island hear you. That way you can no longer be ignored. You have to take the initiative. Don’t sit and wait on people

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    • Elke Hassell
      Elke Hassell March 1, 2015 at 4:10 am

      You really believe that the whole Police Force, The Army etc. etc. would have come out looking for you if you were missing. I don’t mind the Family and Friends getting together and doing there thing, but this right here was simply a smack in the face to other families who’s relatives went missing and never came back home.

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    • Jade Goodman
      Jade Goodman March 1, 2015 at 9:23 am

      Smh this is a classic black people “give me everything on a silver platter” if you want to be heard you have to make people hear you. Sitting in this forum quarreling about something like this doesn’t help black people’s situation either. We love to complain without any action. Not once have I seen a black person organize such a large search team so quickly. Why? Cus they let the police do it. They sit and wait. We are our own demise and until all of you realise that and change it. We aren’t going to move up anywhere

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  70. Sandra Madea Straker
    Sandra Madea Straker February 28, 2015 at 11:07 pm

    She had to be at a man house…str888

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  71. Selena Prudent-Mayers
    Selena Prudent-Mayers February 28, 2015 at 11:09 pm

    Ppl…firstly she was NOT FOUND BY A RELATIVE!!!!!. Everyone looking at how many people turned up to help but those were her family, friends and friends of those ppl. The resources used were of those ppl. Police and BDF asked that they coordinate the search as it may become a crime scene. All that culminated was due to her family and networking. It is ridiculous to sit down and expect strangers to do what you arent doing. Use soocial networks, WhatsApp etc and drum up awareness. Today is a perfect example of what results from this. A police buletin and a news article isn’t sufficient to get today’s response. So stop beating down how many people turned up today and use it as a lesson on what to do if u ever are unfortunate to have this happen to someone u know.

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  72. MaryMary February 28, 2015 at 11:21 pm

    So wait, wuh gine on in Bim. Never seen anything like this yet

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  73. Shurf De
    Shurf De February 28, 2015 at 11:22 pm

    I never seen the police or the public respond the way for miss, black child, black man or black woman. One white one went missing, whole white community came out one everything possible, even police with search dogs. Found her and didn’t say where they she was found. This place is sicken to see how we blacks are regarded.

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  74. Bajan citizen February 28, 2015 at 11:24 pm

    black, white, blue or purple . A woman was missing and a community came together to help find her !!
    To pull the race card is pure bullshit!!
    Bajans came together as a community. They asked people kindly to come and help and people did just so.

    If people would stick together in this little island of ours and stop pointing fingers then this island would be in a better place !!

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  75. a sensible person February 28, 2015 at 11:29 pm

    I THINK WE TRAVEL TO THE USA A BIT TOO OFTEN SO WE R PICKING UP ALL THEIR ISSUES BUT ONLY EMULATING SOME!!!!I feel dat if sum folk dont have nutten sensible to say BE SILENT!!!!

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  76. Angel Maloney
    Angel Maloney February 28, 2015 at 11:29 pm

    Thank God

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  77. Wendy Best-Walrond
    Wendy Best-Walrond February 28, 2015 at 11:29 pm

    Hmmm I smell something fishy

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  78. Janette Reifer
    Janette Reifer February 28, 2015 at 11:32 pm

    So she didn’t expect that her family would be concerned about her where about ? She doesn’t want a hug, but two hard lashes with a bull pistol ! She had a neighbor hood out looking for her and she at a relative. Stupidity ! She should be charged for wasting the neighbours and the police time. She is not a school child. This is not a joke !

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  79. Catherine March 1, 2015 at 12:00 am

    Racism is alive white people live it and feel it !
    Black people need to get over themselves and stop living in the past .
    You are the ones responsible for still feeling oppressed and living in the past .
    If you look in history their were white slaves,Chinese etc
    We have moved on
    Stop blaming others for your misfortunes your own people out of greed sold their own black people into slavery
    You want to talk about racism there is a black magazine ebony , black entertainment tv , there is even a beauty pageant that you have to be black !!!
    There is no such thing for white people .
    Or any other race for that matter
    Your posts above are highly offensive .
    All of Karens family , friends and acquaintances who have been distraught with worry have joined together united from the onset of the news to bring this mother wife and daughter home !
    This is about human compassion for someone known to most of us .
    Do not be little the efforts of all those that tirelessly supported this endeavor and brought karen safely home .
    This article above is not accurate by any means .
    The family is overwhelmed with relief and we need to respect their privacy at this time .
    We all need to be patient stop speculating and the story will come to light in it’s own time .
    Gods prayers are free and for everyone may peace be with you ,as fello bajans may we see people for who we are and what we can contribute to society and not be judged by the color of our skins .
    This is about a missing person shame on anyone for making this a racial issue !
    ITS NOT ABOUT YOU !

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  80. Clarke James
    Clarke James March 1, 2015 at 12:12 am

    She up to no good lol

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  81. Veronica Carew
    Veronica Carew March 1, 2015 at 12:55 am

    Thank you God she back home safe n sound.

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  82. Kerry March 1, 2015 at 1:00 am

    Reading the comments here EVERYONE has a different point of view onthis matter and all valid. There IS a racial dynamic and people who ignore it are being naive. There is the issue of class, which lead to the action which occurred. There is a Domestic issue as well. Which can not be so easily diagnosed. Regardless of it all She had a responsibility to HERSELF to do things the right way. And because things were not done the right way, there will be a backlash for future occurrences.

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  83. fred March 1, 2015 at 1:42 am

    A person whom i know that is related sent me a wapsapp pic of the missing lady, all type of things went through my mind after i saw the resources deployed in search of this lady, with the level of criminality now present in this country i feared the worst, but i said a prayer for the safe return of this lady, however when one now sees the outcome, yes we are all happy that she was found safe and sound but this is just not good enough, all during the day persons were searching for this woman, others were praying and on every street everyone was inquiring as to whether she was found,now to hear that she was at the home of a relative and apparently oblivious to what was going on completely boggles the mind,a thorough investigation needs to be carried out by the police, as it is clear there are certain underlying factors.

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  84. Rum Pig March 1, 2015 at 2:44 am

    I don’t know this lady but it was rather irresponsible of her not to report in to the Police or Authorities. She must have known that EVERYONE was looking for her. Waste of resources and tax payers money- and i is a white bajan

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  85. June Parris
    June Parris March 1, 2015 at 2:52 am

    Wasted resources and she was next door all that time lol, who is going to foot the bill, the whole island worried

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  86. Elke Hassell
    Elke Hassell March 1, 2015 at 4:16 am

    Well then enlighten the public if you know the real story!

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  87. Doc March 1, 2015 at 4:16 am

    Has anyone considered that mental health issues might have been involved? When people act seemingly irrationally, there is usually something very serious behind it. Perhaps she suffered a nervous breakdown? Was suicidal? Depressed? The fact that a search party was put out so quickly indicates this behaviour was unexpected and not typical for her, therefore family and friends feared the worst. Something must have been terribly wrong for this behaviour to occur. I fully expected to see this news coverage end in the discovery of a body. Thank goodness 2 children have found their mother, regardless of the circumstances of her disappearance. Whatever was wrong has at least a possibility of being worked out now. Compassion…we are all in this together…any effort to ease suffering and pain is not wasted, and has no price.

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  88. Sonia Romain
    Sonia Romain March 1, 2015 at 5:47 am

    Well said. Selena prident-mayers

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  89. Sonia Romain
    Sonia Romain March 1, 2015 at 6:57 am

    Well said. LaReina DelMundo Sharez

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  90. Marguerita Yarde March 1, 2015 at 7:00 am

    Black Barbadians wake-up. I personally have never seen this kind of response for missing black folks. This was more than a family effort, the multi-disciplinary forces were out in their numbers in less than 24 hours. Crime stoppers jumped into action.
    The lesson here is much bigger than the story. When will we wake up and support our own “black parties” and stop trying to go to “white people parties”? Friends I mean in what we wear, what and where we eat, where we shop, where we send our children to school. We are so smart and bright and intelligent, let us act that way!!!!!! Let us work together for our own growth and development. This is black history month let us turn a new page.
    Black or white, people are people and the response should be the same. Or are some still more equal than some???

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  91. old man river March 1, 2015 at 7:24 am

    hope de black people will take note, black people wake up and stop crying down your own people

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  92. Ouida Burnham
    Ouida Burnham March 1, 2015 at 7:37 am

    Lord we thank you for your loving kindness for us Amen

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  93. Carl Harper March 1, 2015 at 8:34 am

    Is is good that Karen Harris has been found alive and unharmed, so too is any other missing person in Barbados, but others have not been as fortunate. However, the response to this search has been unprecedented; never before seen on this scale for someone who could not be found–Police, Defence Force, Roving Response team, District Emergency Organizations, Regional Security System, Red Cross, friends, family, and concerned civilians on horseback and on foot, people with drones and four-wheel drive SUVs. Even vehicles from the diplomatic corps were present.

    The police established a command center, Crime Stoppers was on radio with repeat announcements, and the news media could not get enough of this story and carried frequent updates. This incident gripped Barbados like no other missing person before it. It therefore begs the questions: why did Harris’ case attract so much more attention than any other? Is it because she is Caucasian and from the middle- to upper-class community of Rowans Park? Is it because her wealthy connections are able to mobilize public resources and the media in a manner poorer folks are unable to?

    Oftentimes children and the elderly from working-class neighborhoods go missing and are barely given a small space in an obscured part of the newspaper, and are forgotten about by the next publication. Rumors abound of abuse at home causing the young persons to flee or being lured by adults for financial gain. Resources are rarely deployed in any major way, as seen in the St George area, yesterday. It is usually surprising if there is any public police follow-up, and certainly Crime Stoppers does not kick-in like it did for Harris. 

    This brings to mind 28-year-old dreadlocked Shane Cumberbatch of Almond Close, Ruby Park, St Philip who has been missing since February 3 this year. We look forward to the the authorities and the caring public to mount a similar operation in search of this young man. A police update would also be helpful.

    A white couple went missing at sea and private yachts and airplanes were mobilized to assist with the search; a black fisherman cannot be found in Barbados territorial waters and only the Coast Guard and a few fisher folk buddies go out to find them. Call it a race or class issue, it is what it is.

    The small and relatively close knit white community came out in their numbers to find one of their own, and that is admirable. Why do ordinary black Barbadians respond with such apathy to their own? Why must there always seem to be a “fight” with the police and other agencies to mobilize them into action when it comes to the working-class? Do blacks feel helpless in a system they perceive that works against them, rather than with or for them? This latest incident exposes a “cancer” of what Barbadians often turn a blind eye and pretend does not exist.

    The above examples serve to highlight how the nation responds when persons of lower socioeconomic standing go missing, versus those of greater status and non-black complexion. Many, including the affluent personalities involved in yesterday’s high-profile drama, would be anxious to end the public spectacle that will follow the Harris incident for weeks to come.

    We should not only be prepared to act when crime or some unfortunate occurrence hits home, while otherwise shielding ourselves behind high walls and electronic guarded perimeters if it does not affect us, directly. 

    Five years ago in Colorado, a hot air balloon floated away into the sky, purportedly carrying a six-year-old boy inside. This led to a frantic search by a authorities who feared he was on board the family’s experimental craft. He was later found hiding in the attic of his parents home and revealed on live television that it was all part of a hoax to thrust the family into the media spotlight. His parents pleaded guilty to charges that the whole incident was a deception and his dad served some jail time.

    Members of the local search party were not as “tight-lipped” as we have been made to believe but reportedly “washed” a Nation photographer with expletives. This is the same newspaper the family turned to publicize information on the missing Harris.

    Since the mystery surrounding the disappearance and safe return of Harris resulted in an a massive deployment of public resources, those costs should be tabulated and billed to her family if it was determined there was no threat to her safety. Based on reports, her actions can only be considered “wasting law enforcement time” and exacting an unnecessary financial burden on taxpayers that could have been better spent going after drug lords, gangsters and thugs. 

    The family should not only be thanking the public for their assistance in trying to locate their loved one but also issue an apology for making people waste precious time.

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  94. Olutoye Walrond March 1, 2015 at 8:47 am

    She’s been found and all is now well. And is this how this will end?
    I’ve never seen this kind of mobilisation by the Police or Defence Force for a missing person, not to mention the efforts of family members and friends – much time and resources involved, but now we should all go back to sleep. She’s been found.

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  95. Sonia Romain
    Sonia Romain March 1, 2015 at 9:16 am

    To God be the glory great things he has done.

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  96. Sonia Romain
    Sonia Romain March 1, 2015 at 9:18 am

    Well said Paula Maria Kelly.

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  97. Sonia Romain
    Sonia Romain March 1, 2015 at 9:21 am

    If wunna don’t believe God wake you all up this morning and open you all eyes that wunna can reply to my comment. #whatasadsituationitis.

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  98. Huey Newton
    Huey Newton March 1, 2015 at 9:23 am

    Congratulations. Barbados was asked to look for you. You owe Barbados an explanation.

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  99. Andrea White
    Andrea White March 1, 2015 at 9:32 am

    I hope all these people that casting judgement (negative) when someone else goes missing you use your initiative and make posters and form a search party like her family did. Then you can criticize if you don’t get the same response. Until then “ye without sin cast the first stone”. Always talking bout racism when the biggest racism in Barbados is the black man that hate his brother.

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  100. Andrea White
    Andrea White March 1, 2015 at 9:32 am

    I hope all these people that casting judgement (negative) when someone else goes missing you use your initiative and make posters and form a search party like her family did. Then you can criticize if you don’t get the same response. Until then “ye without sin cast the first stone”. Always talking bout racism when the biggest racism in Barbados is the black man that hate his brother.

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  101. Heather Cole
    Heather Cole March 1, 2015 at 9:57 am

    After the hysteria she raised, it is everyone’s business.

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  102. Heather Cole
    Heather Cole March 1, 2015 at 9:57 am

    After the hysteria she raised, it is everyone’s business.

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  103. Olutoye Walrond
    Olutoye Walrond March 1, 2015 at 11:30 am

    Am I supposed to get something from the fact that – at 42 – she is a former Queen’s College student?

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  104. Activist March 1, 2015 at 1:01 pm

    Many people are misunderstanding the issue here. It is not that most people don’t or didn’t care about her safety. There is only one guy who said he couldn’t care less. It is the quick response from authorities , the unprecedented response ,never before shown for anyone not even children that is the issue! If she where black everyone knows the response would’ve been different. I agree whole heartedly and echo what Carl Harper said, his comments are a ” must read.”

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  105. Rum Pig March 1, 2015 at 6:38 pm

    Perhaps if black Bajans mobilised and organised in the way the white community did to find one of their own—-then the authorities may react differently.
    Show a little more concern for your fellow man,black ,white or yellow . Try placing a little bit more value on the life of your own race and help yourself a little.
    Get what i mean??

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  106. Asiba March 1, 2015 at 9:23 pm

    In Barbados I have not seen summuch white people in one place since when .

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  107. Donna March 2, 2015 at 1:17 pm

    All this was happening? After seeing the poster I just forgot all about it. I am glad she’s been found as I would be for anyone else. For those ostriches who would bury their heads in the sand – everything is about race and class in Barbados. Speaking as a former Q. C. student myself who would have been there at the same time she was I can tell you that my most of my ‘Caucasian’ former classmates would not have let my disappearance spoil their weekend either. They probably would not have even recognized my name or my face. They pass me as though they have never seen me before in their lives. My brother, a former H.C. student, has had the same experience. I will be keeping this article for the police in case I ever have need of their services. Trust me, my friends and family would be out there looking for my loved one just as these people were. Would the authorities respond likewise? I hope I never have to find out.

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