last seen on promenade: Kadisha Williams

THE Trinidad and Toba­go Police Service (TTPS) is seeking the public’s help to find 16-year-old Kadisha Williams.

Williams, of Diego Martin Main Rd, Diego Martin, was last seen at the Brian Lara Prome­n­ade, Port of Spain, on her way to school, around 7 a.m. on May 14.

She was reported missing to the Four Roads Police Station on May 17.

Williams is a pupil of Russell Latapy Seconda­ry School, is of African descent, dark brown in complexion, five feet tall, slim built, has a space in her front teeth, with black Afro hairstyle and brown eyes.

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She was last seen wearing a white shirt, blue skirt and black sneakers, a statement from the TTPS said.

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


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