Searching for Adjir Desi
The Search Continues
Adjir Desi left was last seen on January 11, 2009. At the age of seven, Adjir functions on the level of a two year old. He is 3' tall and weighs 45 pounds. At approximately 7:15 pm his parents state he was in his room watching television and told him he was going outside to play with his friends. They stated they watched him go outside to play. Remember, he functions on the level of two year old. Initially it was reported that Adjir was wearing a blue and yellow t-shirt with blue and yellow shorts. Later, other family members said he was wearing a blue shirt with yellow stripes and blue shorts with a pink stripe down the side with grey and black sneakers.
Adjir lived in a Farm Workers Village in Collier County, Florida. His family are farm hands and stay in a village with other farm workers. Deputies search on Horseback, with ATV's, helicopters, police cars. The next day there was an extensive foot search at the Farm Worker's Village. There are no suspects at this time. All family members were cleared from the beginning.
Specifics about Adjir Desi
Adjir is on the level function of a 2 year old. He understands the language Creole but doesn't speak it. He may be scared and frightened and hiding. The possibilities that Adjir is lost is highly probable. He can't speak or explain things someone his age should. That is why he is believed to be hiding.
If you have seen or heard anything that would be helpful, please contact the Collier County Sherriff's Department or call 911.
Volunteers are needed for a search next week in Florida to help locate Adjir or his body. He is not believed to be dead but the possiblilty needs to be exluded. All volunteers would be helpful. Please spread the word.
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