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Trying To Find Someone - But Don't Have His Name

(Maplewood NJ USA)

If I say strange, it would be an understatement. That was the nature of this unusual question I got yesterday from one of my site visitors.

Here's the question...

My question sounds silly, but need your advice on how to find this person. I met a middle-aged man June 2017 at Maplewood library in New Jersey one Saturday at 12:00pm.

He was trying to get my attention but I was talking on the phone, he drove away in a white range Rover car driven by a lady, he was waving goodbye to me.

He lives in the town because he had rented some movies from the library I was coming out of the library at the same time.

Can you advise how can I find this person, I do have more information about him but no name sorry? Thanks for your expertise.


ANSWER: by Wellesley

Hi Paulette,
This one beats me!

Three things...

  1. You indicated, you have no information on him
  2. It has been two years ago since the event, and
  3. It doesn't appear to have anything to do with Jamaican nor Jamaican

This, I must admit is one of the most unusual question Paulette :-)

I am also curious as to why you are still searching for him after so many months!

My only suggestion to you my friend, I honestly, not even sure if it is appropriate, is to get back to the library and start the investigation there. Maybe one of the assistants, or the regular members there, might know or remember him.

And by the way, you clearly asked for a reason, so I am posting it as well, hoping that if anyone has any other suggestion they can share it here as well.

All the best!

If you have further questions about Jamaica though, please don't hesitate to Submit it here for an answer.


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