Come home or call us
Family appeals to missing teen:
Susan Mohammed firstname.lastname@example.org
COME home or call us.
This was the appeal yesterday from the family of missing Penal teenager Nicole Jaggan.
“Feel free to come home or give us a call anytime. We will be happy. We just want to know you are okay”, said Jaggan’s father, Prakash Jaggan.
Jaggan, 18, was last seen on Monday after her mother dropped her off in Penal to get a taxi to attend classes at a hairdressing school in San Fernando.
Jaggan did not turn up for classes that day.
A missing persons report was made to the Penal Police Station that day, and flyers with her picture have been posted in San Fernando and Penal, and on Facebook. The police have no clues as to whether the girl left home voluntarily or whether something bad has happened.
The teenager was last seen wearing a red jacket, blue jeans and a pair of sandals. She carried a white handbag with flowers.
The father said nothing appeared to be missing from the teenager’s bedroom.
Prakash Jaggan said: “My wife and I are market vendors and we have not worked for the week. Our three other children have not been to school. We are just trying to find her.
The father said he received two calls from persons who believed they saw the teenager in Princes Town and South Oropouche.
Anyone with information can contact the Penal Police Station at 647-1233 or the family at 757- 3012, 473-3947 or 770-7731.