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VISAR locates missing Anegada family

-Fisherman and family were reportedly lost at sea
March 12th, 2019 | Tags: Anegada Virgin Islands missing VISAR
It was reported that a fisherman and his family were last seen going to the conch shell area in Anegada in the above boat during the morning hours, however, they never returned home. Photo: Team of Reporters
THE SETTLEMENT, Anegada, VI – Word Reaching our news centre is that a missing family was last evening, Monday, March 11, 2019, located by the Virgin Islands Search and Rescue (VISAR) team after intense search efforts by both authorities and the community of Anegada.

It was reported that the Anegada fisherman and his family were last seen going to the conch shell area in Anegada during the morning hours, however, they never returned home.

Family members including a sister had sent out an alert for persons with drones, night vision equipment or a speed boat to help locate the man, his wife and son, which later prompted VISAR and the Police to join the search efforts.

At around 10:40 pm, VISAR confirmed that they located to the family, alive and safe. The man has been identified as Alex Varlack and along with his family, they were safely brought to shore.

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