The family of missing 18-year-old David Sheehama who disappeared from the family home in Wanaheda on September 23 this year, say they have not found any leads in the search for his whereabouts.
This is according to Sheehama’s sister Magret Afrikaner, who took to Facebook to announced the latest in the #FindDavid and #BringDavidHome search which has taken social media by storm.
“We have not heard anything worth following up on. We have no leads until today. We can’t respond to every inbox or WhatsApp message as it is quite overwhelming. We will inform once we know something,” explained Afrikaner.
“A missing person’s case has been opened with the Wanaheda Police Station and we trust that they are doing the best they can in tracing him,” she added.
The young Sheehama was last seen leaving the family house at around 19:00 about 16 days ago wearing a white Guess three-button shirt with brown Chino pants.
Efforts by the family, friends and hordes of people using social media platforms among other things, have not yielded any results at this stage.
“My family is beyond grateful for the amount of support and concern over David, all the calls, texts and shares and most importantly, prayers.”
Afrikaner pleaded: “If anyone has any information, please do come forward. If anyone has means or records to hospital or funeral homes please do keep an ear out.”
Anyone with any information on David is urged to contact Afrikaner at 0817269024 or their mother at 0812852655 or Mr. Sinvula at the Wanaheda Police Station at 0813691869 or the nearest police station.