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Company offers $10,000 reward for missing employee

The employee, who is the chairman of Hattieville, has been missing for   8 days

Discoverseis Geophysical Services, the employer of Kevin Carcamo, 43, who disappeared in the jungle behind Freetown Sibun in the Belize District last Sunday, July 21, has announced that they are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the safe return of the missing Hattieville village council chairman.

Carcamo had gone on an expedition with a group of 6 other men to work on a survey line within a densely forested area between Hattieville and Freetown Sibun, but mysteriously vanished during their return trip.

Since then, intensive searches have been conducted by civilians, along with military and law enforcement personnel, and yesterday, Discoverseis engaged in another aerial canvass, while a team of divers attached to the Belize Coast Guard scoured the depths of the Sibun River in search of the father of four.

Nonetheless, all efforts to locate the missing chairperson have so far been fruitless, and as somewhat of a last resort, the company has decided to offer the reward to anyone who can assist them in finding Carcamo and returning him to his family safely, since there is still optimism that he is alive.

A candlelight vigil is scheduled to be held tonight in Hattieville, in which friends and family will gather and pray in hopes of Carcamo’s safe return.

Anyone with information that could assist in locating Carcamo is asked to contact CrimeStoppers at 922, the nearest police station, or telephone number 610-1497.

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