Mother pleads with public, Police for help

Missing EBD woman

It has been some nine months since 37-year-old Shonette Savory went missing and there has been no word on her whereabouts. As such, her mother is calling on members of the public and the Guyana Police Force for help.

Missing: Shonette Savory

In a video seen by Guyana Times, Savory’s aggrieved mother, Dhanrajie Murray, is pleading for steps to be taken to fast-track the search for her daughter.

“We are not hearing anything about my daughter so I’m just asking the public if they see anything or if they see my daughter, please contact the nearest Police station. And the Police in Guyana, I’m just asking for your help, your support,” the woman pleaded from her United States home.

She is also asking for persons to assist in locating the two individuals whom Police had issued wanted bulletins for back in January in relation to Savory’s disappearance.

“I’m begging the public to please help, please help to catch these two people; they have my daughter,” Murray stated.

The two suspects are Patrick Kissoon, called “Pato”; and Ritesha Rahaman, also known as “Tesha”; both 26 years old of Herstelling Sea Dam, East Bank Demerara (EBD).

The 37-year-old woman went missing from her residence at Lot 222 Last Street, Prospect, EBD, and was never heard from again.

According to information, on the day of her disappearance, the woman who lived alone left home with the intention of buying credit for her prepaid meter. She reportedly returned, topped up her meter and then left again.

A man who lives in the area reportedly told Savory’s family that he spoke to her when she was heading out – he was the last person to see and speak with the missing woman. An inspection of her home revealed that the woman did not take any important documentation or items, which indicated that she intended to return. Numerous attempts were made to contact the mother of one; however, her cellphone kept going to voicemail.

In December, during the course of their investigations, Police had removed the shack to inspect its concrete flooring after receiving information that the woman was buried there, however they came up empty handed.

The shack belonged to a man who resided at Belle West, West Bank Demerara (WBD) and who Savory was last seen with.

The man reportedly went missing after Police revealed that he was wanted for questioning. However, since then, no other information emerged and Savory’s family are still in distress as to what happened to her.

Anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of both Kissoon and Rahaman or anyone with information relating to Savory’s disappearance are asked to contact the Police on telephone numbers 226-1389, 227-2128, 226-7065, 256-411, 225-2227, 225-0575, 225-6940, 911 or the nearest Police station.