The disappearance of Rudy Smith remains a mystery with the 40-year-old having not been seen for almost a month.
Speaking with his sister this morning, she said right now the family is “as clueless as the public,” and they really want closure.
When asked if they were still hopeful, his sister said: “There is always hope, we serve a big god.”
The family also appealed for members of the public to step up if they know anything and contact the police or Crime stoppers.
“We are looking to the public,” his sister said. “If anyone knows anything please call the police, and I say that not just as he’s my brother…he’s a human being.”
After not seeing him for two days, Mr. Smith’s family reported him as missing early last month.
The police located Mr Smith’s motorbike in the waters in front of Grace Church on North Shore on July 16, and police divers searched the waters for any other items.
Friends of Mr Smith have posted flyers island-wide with his photo on them, and organized a search party last month which saw dozens of people scouring the island in hopes of finding Mr Smith.
Anyone who may have any information is asked contact the Serious Crime Unit in confidence at 247-1340, or alternatively the confidential & anonymous Crime Stoppers hotline in Miami on 800-8477.
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