Police, family search for missing Cat Island man

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October 16, 2012

Family members of a Cat Island man who has not been seen by relatives for more than a week have reported him missing to police and are asking the public for information that can lead to his discovery.
Police said Fordace Moncur of Knowles, Cat Island, was last seen at 9 a.m. on October 5. Moncur is of dark brown complexion, medium build and is 6'3" tall.
His cousin Philip Moncur said a relative told the family that the missing man left their home to go to a nearby laundromat. The relative said he later found Moncur's car on a public dock in Smith's Bay with his laundry inside. However, there was no sign of the missing man.
"He hasn't been seen or heard from since," said his cousin Philip Moncur by phone from Knowles, Cat Island yesterday.
"He tried to contact him by cellular phone and he got no response. But two locals said they saw him the Monday after and since then nobody saw him since."
Philip said this was strange behavior for his cousin who usually stays in contact with family.
"This is the first time that I know of that he went missing. He usually goes to Nassau on business but, according to his nephew, he is saying that the only thing he knows is he left to go to the laundromat."
The missing man is about 45 years old and works in the construction field, his cousin said.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call police at 919, 322-3333/4, the Central Detective Unit at 502-9991/0 or the Crime Stoppers hotline at 328-TIPS.

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News date : 10/16/2012    Category : Nassau Guardian Stories

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