Primary-school boy said to be missing since February, but authorities have raised no alarm; is he alive, some ask

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SOURCE REAL NEWS: Questions continue to be asked – although in whispers – about a primary- school boy who reportedly has not been seen in four months.

It is alleged that the 12-year-old student of the Five Islands Primary was last accounted for in February, and that neither his mother – who lives in that community – nor his father, a resident of Bolans, can confirm his whereabouts.

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It is alleged, further, that officers at the Grays Farm and Johnsons Point Police Stations are aware of this mystery, as reports were made at both, as well as officials at the Welfare Department and the Ministry of Education.

However, other concerned adults say that no information on the child’s location or wellbeing is being shared – allegedly not even by the parents – and some persons are wondering if the boy is even alive.

Meanwhile, there has been no public notice of a missing child nor any appeal for assistance from the Police, as is customary, and REAL News’ attempts to get concrete information from official sources were not successful.

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In fact, officials who were contacted appeared to be afraid to discuss the matter.

“Something fishy is going on here,” someone who knows the boy’s identity states ominously.

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