Looking for Robin Tinker- a real good friend of Havendale, Kingston in the 80's
I have lost touch with one of my closest friends He is Robin Tinker in the 80's he lived in Havendale Kingston Jamaica.
I have been hoping to run into him for the last 15 years but that hasn't happened.
I lost contact with him after I moved back to London from ja then moved to the USA,
I would really like to locate him. This would mean a lot to me especially since I lost another close friend and we weren't able to contact Robin.
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