$1,000 reward offered for information about Mark Pollard

By Michelle Sutherland

A new group formed to assist in the search for missing persons in Belize has undertaken a renewed effort to locate Mark Pollard by offering a monetary reward to anyone who provides information regarding his whereabouts.

The group, Missing Persons-Search and Rescue Belize issued a release last Wednesday pledging $1,000 to anyone with information about the disappearance of Mark Pollard, 49, who went missing on July 3rd.

The Belize City Council worker vanished during his usual morning exercise along the Philip Goldson Highway and there have been no breaks in the case, while his family and friends are desperate for closure.

The group says the family deserves closure. The group said it is impossible that Pollard would have disappeared without leaving any traces.
The release said any information received would be kept confidential.
Members of the public are also asked to join in on the searches in the days ahead. Additionally, the group is pleading for monetary assistance to increase the sum of the reward as an incentive for those with the information.

“We are our brother’s keeper and must take civilian action to assist as the authorities are limited in their effort in finding missing persons, which has become a very common occurrence in our society,” the group pleaded.
Anyone wishing to offer their assistance in any way can contact Missing Persons – Search and Rescue Belize, via the following persons, Audrey Matura-610-0702, Joseph Nunez-624-0754 and Jose Espat-669-0117.

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