Friday, January 19, 2018

Families need helpto find loved ones

THE families of four people, three of them teenagers, who were reported missing are pleading for the public to help locate their loved ones.

In the most recent case, relatives of a 17-year-old pupil Princess Preddie, of the St James Secondary School, yesterday reported she disappeared after leaving home on Wednesday.

According to Preddie's sister, Curtlyn Antoine, the teenager left her home at No 3, Ground Floor, Park Side Apartments, Port of Spain, and was last seen wearing a purple top and dark brown jeans.

A missing person's report has been made to the Besson Street Police Station. Anyone with information can call 727-9831, 705-8100, or the Besson Street police at 623-1395/ 5173/9772.

Schoolboy Jammal Sherwood, 17, of Warden Road, Pt Fortin, was reported missing since last week Monday. Around 4.30 a.m. that day, Sherwood left to go to school at Servol in La Romaine. He never arrived.

Sherwood was last seen at the Chaguanas branch of KFC. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the Point Fortin Police Station at 655-2231.

In an unrelated case, schoolgirl Adornis Blackett, 14, was reported missing last week Thursday. A pupil of Mucurapo West Secondary, Blackett went missing after a Carnival show on the school's compound on Thursday.

The last time a relative spoke to Blackett was on her cellphone around 5.45 p.m. that day. She said she was in a maxi-taxi on the way to her family's La Horquetta home, but never arrived.

Blackett left home wearing light purple tights, a black blouse and black shoes. A missing person's report has been made to the St James Police Station.

Anyone with information is asked to call 622-3695.

Meanwhile, the search continues for a 39-year-old security officer who went missing during a hiking and fishing expedition to Macqueripe one week ago.

June Cedeno is holding out hope her husband, Garvin Jack, would be found alive after he fell into the water while fishing last week Thursday. Anyone with information is being asked to call 638-8295 or 323-1568.