The brother of a Cuban woman who disappeared two months ago in Havana is speaking out

The brother of a Cuban woman who disappeared two months ago in Havana is speaking out

Editorial by CubitaNOW ~ Monday March 4, 2024

Yondri Marin, the brother of young Cuban Carilti Marin, who went missing in Havana for more than two months, has again called for help after receiving reports that the young woman was wandering disoriented and looking like a little girl.

Through social media, he called for the community to come together again to find the girl and verify if she is his sister.

“I received information that my sister Carilti Marin was found in and around the corner of Anima and Belasco, via Galliano and Virtues and San Rafael Boulevard,” commented the young man.

“I'm desperately asking for everyone's help to see if we can find it,” he demanded.

As he said, he knew the young woman they were referring to was thin.

“My sister should no longer be like the one in the photo, because, as they told me, she is too thin and disoriented, so I put a photo of her tattoo so that they can identify her better.” He explained.

“Please, if you see her, call me on 54291630 and if possible take her photo or hold her hand, the family will be nearby,” he asked.

“Together we can find her. Please share with all the groups from Havana and your friends who live near the area. Thank you to everyone who continues to support us,” he concluded.

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