A thirty six year old Sukuta man has been reported missing by his family, following desperate search to locate their loved one, the Freedom Newspaper can reveal. Dugune Touray, AKA Fude Touray, was last seen in May of 2014, when he told his family that he was travelling to Farafenni, to take care of some business errands. His family haven’t heard from him since then. He is feared missing. The family is appealing to the general public for any information that would help them locate Mr. Touray.

Missing person 2Dugne Touray was a businessman prior to being declared missing. He told his wife in May of 2014, that he was travelling to Farafenni to buy cement. He never return back home since he left, a family member residing in Spain,  told the Freedom Newspaper on Saturday.

“We are appealing to the general public for information leading to the possible tracing of our missing loved one Dugune. Dugune went missing since May of 2014. He told his wife that he was travelling to Farafenni to buy cement and he has since never returned.  He used to live in Costa road Sukuta.  Dugune Touray is widely known in The Gambia. He is a cousin to Lawyer Sheriff Tambadou. His mom and Lawyer Tambadou’s Dad shared the same Father,” said the distressed family, who told us that the family is desperately trying to locate Mr. Touray.

Dugune’s Dad is called Kissima Touray. His mom is called Sillah Tambadou.

Any information about Dugune’s whereabouts please call the following Spain numbers:

Tel: 0034632259324

Tel: 0034631228726

Tel: 0034935948049

Missing person(s) is a common phenomenon in The Gambia. Some missing cases of individuals are usually attributed to the back way sojourn to Europe, while in some occasions the state would make its citizens to disappear. Many Gambian youngsters have died over the years, while trying migrate to Europe  through the risky back way sojourn. 

In Mr. Touray’s case, his fate remains a mystery to his family. A concerned family said: “We will be more than grateful if folks can come forward with information about the whereabouts of our loved on Dugune Touray. We need him back home.”

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