Felipe Rodriguez, 17, of Alta Vista, Stann Creek District, has been missing since Sunday, October 13, and his father, Gilberto Rodriguez Lopez of Alta Vista, is desperate for him to be found.
Rodriguez’s girlfriend told police that he left her house and went to the bus stop to catch a bus to go to Dangriga, and that was the last time she saw him.
Rodriguez is described as being 5 feet 7 inches tall and of medium build; he is of Hispanic descent and has black hair, a narrow face, green eyes, small lips and thick eyebrows, and has a scar in the middle of the forehead. He was last seen wearing a pair of khaki long pants, a white long-sleeve shirt, and a pair of black tennis shoes.
Police are seeking public assistance in finding Felipe Rodriguez. Anyone with information that could indicate his whereabouts is asked to call 911 or the nearest police station.
Another person whose whereabouts are unknown is Francisco Vidal, 44, a Belizean fisherman of Sarteneja, who has been reported missing since Sunday, October 6.
His sister, Venicia Zetina, told police that about 8:00 Sunday evening, October 6, she was at home in Maskall when her brother called her and asked her to pick him up at the Maskall junction with the Philip Goldson Highway.
She immediately drove to the area in her vehicle to pick him up, but he was nowhere to be found. She tried to contact him several times, but was unsuccessful.
On Monday, October 7, her sister-in-law called her and told her that Francisco did not reach home over the weekend, and that she has not heard from or seen him since.
Francisco Vidal is described as being tall and slimly built; he is of Hispanic descent with a brown complexion and dark eyebrows. When he was last seen, his hair was short.
Police are seeking public assistance in finding Francisco Vidal. Anyone with information that could help police determine his whereabouts is asked to call 911 or the nearest police station.