Missing: Gyasi Griffith

A search is underway for four-year-old Gyasi Griffith. 

Gyasi, was last seen at his Petit Morne, Ste. Madeleine home around 1:30 a.m, on Monday.

 He was reported missing to the Princes Town Police Station, around 1:45 a.m, on that same date by a relative.

Gyasi is of mixed descent, 3 feet tall and slim built with a dark brown complexion and short black hair. He was last seen wearing a pair of black short pants, a grey jersey and a pair of slippers.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of GYASI GRIFFITH, is asked to contact the police at 999, 555, 911, 800-TIPS or any police station or via text/WhatsApp to 482-GARY (4279).


The Ministry of Health provides the following clinical update as of Monday morning.

THE Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force military uniform is one which is quite distinctive, and what was shown in a video recording and photo by the Sunday Express yesterday, is not military attire.

So says retired Major General Ralph Brown in an interview with the Express yesterday.

Brown was responding to questions from the Express about the procedure used by the military, when choosing soldiers to assist the T&T Police Service, in exercises and the attire of these soldiers.

IT was a soldier, not a policeman.

And an investigation will be launched to determine whether the member of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force (TTDF) committed any criminal act following the release of video footage showing an officer secretly pocketing an envelope during a raid in La Horquetta last week where $22 million in cash was seized from Drugs Sou Sou (DSS).

A captain and the majority of the crew on board the oil and chemical tanker Star Balboa have contracted the Covid-19 virus.

Attorneys are claiming that local law enforcement infected the crew as scores of them have been on board conducting searches of the ship for narcotics. However, to date nothing has been found.