Golden Fleece woman missing
Guyana Chronicle – April 10, 2008
A 23-year-old woman of Golden Fleece Village on the Essequibo Coast is reported missing since last Thursday.
According to reports reaching the Guyana Chronicle, the missing woman, Sarojanie Dadolall, left her home in the company of her brother at around 01:00 am on Thursday for the Adventure Ferry Stelling to travel to Georgetown.
The young woman was expected to return home by Thursday evening.
In an interview with the Chronicle, her brother, known as Romel, said he accompanied his sister to the Adventure Ferry Stelling and she travelled to Parika via the Transport and Harbours Ferry.
According to Romel, his sister had to go to Georgetown to receive a tetanus injection in preparation to migrate to Canada. She had recently completed a one year training programme at the Ocean View International Hotel in preparation for a job overseas.
According to the brother, he tried, along with other family members, to make contact with her via her cellular phone, but there was no answer.
Romel said checks were also made at homes of relatives and friends in Georgetown.
The matter has been reported at the Suddie Police Station.
Sarojanie is about five feet three inches tall, of a light brown in complexion, with shoulder length, black hair.