Mu uncle - Kenroy Smith from Wild Cane District St Ann
by Shelly Ann Taylor
(Ocho Rios St Ann)
Kenroy Smith was about 15 to 17 years old at the time he left St Ann.
Kenroy mother's name is Ms Moreen Smith, also known as Ms Plummi, and his father name is Basil Smith also known as Bazel / Baz
Kenroy's oldest sister is Sherlette Smith also known as P. Joe and his younger brother at the time is named Sherman Smith, also known as Bud head.
Kenroy has a burn scar on one of his hand near to his fingers that was cause by hot water sometime before. He use to attend the Mt Moriah All Age School.
Kenroy was last seen at the Montego Bay airport some year's ago. I searched Facebook everyday looking for my uncle because I hope and have the feeling that my uncle is still alive and I want to see him again.
Any assistance will be appreciated.
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