Taxi Drivers Protest after Disappearance of Colleague

MISSING TAXI OPERATOR'S RELATIVES PLEDGES, DEAD OR ALIVE REWARDS
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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Taxi operators who ply the Jones Town to downtown Kingston route this morning withdrew their service to protest the disappearance of their colleague.

Kenneth Duncan, 51, otherwise called ‘ Twinnie’, of Crooks Street, Kingston 12 has been missing since last Thursday.

He is of dark complexion, stout build and is about 162 centimetres (5 feet 4 inches) tall.

Duncan was last seen about 9:00 pm Thursday at the Kingston Public Hopsital wearing a khaki pants, a white T-shirt and a pair of black slippers.

The protesting taxi operators parked their vehicles along Collie Smith Drive in Kingston, calling for action from the police.

They suspect foul-play in Duncan’s disappearance and are fearful that he may have been killed.

The taxi drivers are now planning to contribute $5000 each towards a $100,000 reward for information on their colleague.

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.

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