Police, Family Appeal For Help In Locating Missing Babonneau Mother & InfantCaribbean and World News
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Saint Lucia police have joined the family of a missing mother and infant, requesting public help locating the Plateau, Babonneau woman and her 20-day-old child. According to a flyer on social media, Natrani Narain, also known as Monica, was last seen on Friday, March 10, 2023. She had her 20-day-old female baby with her. Narain has mental issues, her stepmother, Camillia Hemraj, told St Lucia Times. Hemraj also disclosed that it was not the first time Narain had gone missing. However, this time around, there are concerns for both the missing woman’s welfare and that of her baby. Narain, originally from Guyana, also has a six-year-old son. Police have requested anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of the 25-year-old mother and her baby to contact the Babonneau police station at 456-4120. Alternatively, they could call the Crime Hotline at 555 for anonymous reporting. The article Police, Family Appeal For Help In Locating Missing Babonneau Mother & Infant is from St. Lucia Times.