Two months later, family grieves: Where is Coreen?
Two months after Coreen Singh went missing, her family remains grieving, hoping to see her again.
Singh went missing on February 3, 2018, after telling relatives she was going to the mall, however, it was later revealed that she visited a man known to her.
Her car was later found burnt in a field in Chaguanas.
Her sister, Sharon Reyes, shared a tearful plea to social media on April 1, 2018, praying for her return.
"I really don't know when we would ever feel normal again..! Is like we forget what normal means, it does not get any easier ...the more time passes the harder it gets...there is an old time saying " Time heals all wounds " but not for us."
"Where are you my beautiful baby sis Coreen Singh? We love and miss you so much. We are emotionally distressed, what good is a puzzle if the masterpiece is missing?"
"Whenever I lay in bed and can't sleep my mind wonders. How can you just disappear,why did someone have to steal the golden piece of our heart...? Will I ever get to see your sweet smile again?"
"Heavenly Father please help us to accept your choice in this matter, strengthen our heart, mind and soul. Dear Lord I beg you to intervene and deliver our sister unto us in Jesus wonderful name I humbly ask," Reyes said.
Anyone with information on Singh's whereabouts is urged to contact 555, 999, at any police station, or call anonymously on 800-TIPS.
A cash reward has been offered for any information pertaining to her whereabouts.
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