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October 18
11:00 2018

REPORTER: News Staff, –

Concerns for a Belize City mother who has been missing for over a week, after dropping off her two sons at a babysitter, are high after her identification cards and credit cards were found discarded inside a garbage container behind the Ministry of Natural Resource building in Belmopan on Wednesday morning.

Three identification cards, including a Social Security card, a Driver’s License, and a Boat Captain’s License, all belonging to Margaret Felina James, along with four credit cards and two other identification cards believed to be the property of her two sons were discovered by City Council workers who taking out trash.

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On Thursday Officer Commanding the Crimes Investigation Branch ACP Alejandro Cowo told us that James, a massage therapist by profession, was reported missing on October 11th by her babysitter. “The babysitter had mentioned that the kids were dropped off there and that she (James) was going back to Sarteneja where she came from to get the rest of her belongings so that she could bring it to Belize City,” Cowo told us.

The babysitter reported to Police that her employer had mentioned that she would be back for the boys the following day but she never returned and the last she heard from the woman is that she had experienced mechanical problems along the Sarteneja road.

Cowo explained that the woman had just moved to the city on Wednesday night, along with her two children ages seven and two, after experiencing a misunderstanding with her husband.

According to Cowo, since the discovery investigators have detained the husband and the new boyfriend as part of their investigation and have checked in at border points to see if the woman has crossed the border.

Additionally, police have launched search parties in Sarteneja Village and have been combing the bushy lots in the area where the ID cards were found in hopes of finding the female or her red SUV type vehicle.

Police are urging anyone that may have information on the missing woman’s whereabouts to contact the department as soon as possible.

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