Have you seen my dad? - Search on for missing taxi driver
Family members of 51-year-old Kenneth Duncan, otherwise called ‘Twinnie’, of Crooks Street, Kingston 12, who has been missing since Thursday, January 31, are frantically searching for him.
His daughter, Pauliesha Duncan, said he did not return to his Jones Town, St Andrew, home last Thursday. Their alarm bells went off last Friday afternoon, February 1, when no one could account for his whereabouts.
“Him a run taxi for 21 years and everybody inna the community know him. Him deh pan every social media, Facebook and Instagtam because a so him stay. A taxi man seh dem see him Thursday a pick up three people in front a (Kingston) Public (Hospital),” she said.
He was driving a white Nissan Tida motor car, which he uses to operate his taxi. It has a black bumper with licence plate 5229 GY.
Pauliesha said that her father was a jovial man, who avoided conflict. She said they are hoping for the best in this search and they are just hoping for the best outcome during this search.
She said that her father’s twin brother has not eaten from he disappeared and the family is emotionally broken by his disappearance.
The 23-year-old Pauliesha said that she had to send away her five-year old son because he is constantly asking for his grandfather. She said that Paul and her son have a loving relationship and she knows her father would not leave his grandson behind without saying a word.
“A one thing mi know is that my dad love him grandson fi life. Him wouldn’t stay out so long and nuh come back to him grandson. Wi a search yesterday and him a bawl out grandfada! Grandfada! Mi did affi send him weh because him caah deh yah while this a happen,” she said.
“Today a Sunday, mi fada should a deh home a cook dinner,” she cried.
Shena Wilson-Powell, who is the mother of three of Paul’s children, is devastated. She said they have been separated for the past 10 years, but he has been an excellent father to their children.
“He is a very hard-working man. I have never see him drunk or at a party. He worked and build his house and take care of his children,” she said.
“I am so stressed. I am at work right now and I am trembling because to how things a run a Jamaica, you nuh affi do nobody nothing. Mi just hope that he is okay and they find him safe,” she said.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Kenneth Duncan is being asked to contact the Admiral Town police at (876) 922-6243, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.