Trinidad Express / A Tunapuna family needs help in in locating their 60-year-old relative Pularama Ramdhanie, who went missing from his Pasea home around 4.30 am. on Tuesday.
Ramdhanie’s son Kumar told Express the family awoke to find him missing and was able to view two close circuit cameras that showed him walking along Pasea Extension heading in the direction of the Churchill Roosevelt Highway.
“We are at loss at to what led to this because there were no problems at home and he has never shown signs of Alzheimer’s or any other illness. This is the first time something like this has ever happened.”
Kumar said his father does not drink, smoke or gamble.
“He’s a very reserved person who really doesn’t talk much and I always in the house so it difficult to comprehend what occurred. It not to say that he had friends he would go and hang out with.
“We are hoping that the neighbour will allow us to view their cameras since there are many side streets he could have taken, and we were not able to identify the colours of his clothing as the cameras shows his image in black and white. All we can tell is that he was dressed in a striped polo T-shirt, a pair of trousers, slippers and a cap on his head,” Kumar said.
He said his mother is not handling his father’s disappearance well as she has hardly spoken since.
Kumar said a report was made to the Tunapuna Police Station but they were told they would have to wait 24 hours before the police can act.