Police yesterday released the identities of seven more people — two of them young children — missing in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, but the identities of the majority of the 424 still unaccounted for a month after the storm have yet to be made public.
Three of the people on the most recent list are from Emmanuel Way, High Rock, in East Grand Bahama.
They are Henilee Audrinique Laurenzia Mackey, 18; Howard Charles Bevans, 28; and Monique Nicole Munnings, 46. Police said the three are related.
The other four are from McClean’s Town in East Grand Bahama. They are Mateo Tamage Caden Bethel, 16; Philip Livingston Thomas III, 8; Philip Livingston Thomas Jr., 31; and Remeille Allicante Wave Thomas, 6. They are also related, police said.
Dorian, a dangerous Category 5 storm, moved over Abaco and Grand Bahama in early September. It had winds of 185 miles per hour with gusts up to 220 miles per hour, and a storm surge of 20 feet.
It leveled portions of Abaco and East Grand Bahama.
Assistant Superintendent Terecita Pinder, who is based in Grand Bahama, said police will release more missing persons posters as they receive more detailed information and photos of the missing.
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