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Shankar Maragh

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Shankar Maragh
Shankar Maragh

Missing Persons Details

Missing Person
Shankar Maragh
Alias Used
Ras Marley
Last Seen
April 27, 2020
Case Status
Suspicious Circumstances
Intake Date
December 10, 2021
Source of Record
Medical Conditions
Dealing with Mental Health medicating with Marijuana and alcohol. 


Greater Portmore

Physical Description

Current Age
Hair Color
Eye Color
Distinguishing Features
Right upper canine missing, old injury to hand and wrist
Last Seen Wearing
Dark brown shorts, black shoes, Rasta socks, no shirt

Details of Disappearance

April 27, 2020: He was said to be missing from place of lodging in St. Catherine. His wallet and phone was still in his room.

April 29, 2020: He was videotaped heading towards Children's Hospital in St. Andrew

Police in St. Andrew, St. Thomas have seen him.

July 2020: Construction workers on Ken Jones Hwy at St. Thomas Bridge said he stopped and told them he is avoiding an area because he is being beat up, they said he was limping and had markings on his back.

Case Numbers

Verified with Law Enforcement

Police Contact Information

100 Man Police (Portmore)
Officer Diane Grant
Local Police Case Number
100 Man Police (Portmore)
(876) 949-8422

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