Makeda Callender

Missing: Makeda Callender

Police need help in locating 14-year-old Makeda Callender.

Makeda, of Dunlop Drive, Cocorite, was last seen leaving home to help her grandmother sell in a stall in St. James, on Tuesday.

She was later reported missing to the St. James Police Station on Wednesday by her mother.

Makeda is of African descent, medium built with a brown complexion and platted hair. She was last seen wearing a black tube top, light blue ¾ jeans and a pair of black furry slippers.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact the police at 999, 911, 800-TIPS or any police station or text/WhatsApp 482-GARY.

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