Man, 40, Reported Missing in Sassatown, Grandkru County


By Bryan Dioh

Residents of Sassatown in Grandkru County are said to be in search of a man believed to be in his 40s.

According to report, Prince Teh went missing about a week ago after he went to fishing on early Friday, December 18, 2020.

Philomena Tae, wife of the missing man told journalists in the County that the mysterious disappearance of her husband who caters to his family of five children is frustrating and worrisome for the family.

“My husband woke up early this morning and pick up his fishing Materials since this morning, and I was still sleeping with my Children as he always does, but I am surprised not seeing him at this time.

“This is the first time I have ever seen this here, God please help me bring my husband back,” Philomena explained in tears.

She said her husband has for many years being involved with fishing that the family depends on for survivability, adding that it is shocking to discover that her husband has not returned home up to present.

“My husband always comes home at 6 pm each time he goes to fishing but I m surprised to not see him for almost a week now and I m sick thinking who will help me with these children if we don’t see him.”

Community dwellers have since launched a search for Teh, but all efforts seem to be proven fruitless as the Liberia National Police has launched an investigation into the mysterious disappearance of Mr. Teh.

Meanwhile, several persons giving an account of incidents that often happen in Grandcess said fishermen are often victims of a mysterious disappearance in Grandcess, Grand Kru County.