Crime

Belama man doesn’t return from early morning walk

By Michelle Sutherland
Staff Reporter

The family of a Belama man, Daniel Leal, 24, continues their search for him after he left home for an early morning walk last week and has not returned since.
Leal, of a Belama Phase One address was reported missing by his mother, 52-year-old Martha Leal.

It was reported that Daniel left his home around 7:00 a.m. on September 19th, after informing his mother that he was going for a walk around the neighborhood and would return shortly.

The mother says she is worried because he had been behaving strangely over the past couple weeks before his disappearance.
Daniel is describes as being of Mestizo decent, clear complexion, slim built, low haircut and stands approximately 5’5″.

Leal has three tatoos, one on his left forearm that says “Death before dishonor,” one on his right upper chest that bears the name “Gina,” and another on his right shoulder with the name “Martha”.

He was last seen wearing a red sleeveless shirt, gray 3/4 pants and gray slippers.

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