Communities Across the Country to be Engaged As Search For Missing Elderly Woman Enters a New Phase

With six days gone and the searchers looking for Elderly woman Hyacinth Gage unsuccessful so far, a move the engage the communities across the country will be the next phase of the search operation.

This has been stated by community activist Winston Henry who indicated today that the various community groups in the vatious villages will be called upon to join the search .

Mr Henry said that to date the search has spanned from All Saints Road to the North of Hodges Bay.

The Community activist also announced that a facebook book page will be set up shortly.

The 74-year-old woman, has been missing since Tuesday of last week and despite several reports of her being sighted across the country, family members have not been able to find her.

The most recent calls, according to Henry, placed Gage in the Cedar Valley area.

The elderly woman was last seen at the Mount St John’s Medical Center, where one of her daughters had taken her to undergo blood tests.

She was supposed to rejoin her daughter after the procedure, but no one has seen or heard from her since.

According to the description provided, Gage is about five feet tall, light in complexion and weighs around 130 pounds.

She was last seen wearing a short wig, a light peach top and three-quarter jeans pants with black sandals and a deep green hoodie with bright orange trim.

Anyone who may have seen Gage or may have any information about her location, is asked to contact the family at 774-5070, 723-5096, 775-1495 or the nearest police station.