St Ann family, after many years, still searching for Kenroy Smith

Kenroy Smith disappeared from Wild Cane district in St Ann about 20 years ago, and his relatives in the rural community are still trying to ascertain his whereabouts.

He is said to be of dark complexion, and has a burn scar (caused by hot water) on one of his hands – close to the fingers. Kenroy is a past student of Mount Moriah All Age School in St Ann.

His niece, Shelly Ann Taylor, pictured above, told The Beacon: “I search Facebook everyday looking for my uncle because I have a feeling that my uncle is still alive and I want to see him again.”

She further stated that one of her cousins reported seeing Kenroy years ago at Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, St James.

Taylor said, when Kenroy was last seen in his community, he was about 16 years old, and was in the company of a woman who had come to the district ‘to grant farm work favours’.

She expressed doubt that the matter was reported to the police. “I don’t think he was reported missing because, at that time, I think my grandparents thought he was with the farm work lady, and would have come back now and then to see them, but years added and there’s no return,” Taylor further told The Beacon.

Shelly Ann Taylor, niece of the missing Kenroy Smith, is pictured here. The family says it does not have a photo of Kenroy.

Kenroy’s mother is Moreen Smith – also called Miss Plummi, and his father is Basil Smith – also called Bazel or Bas.


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