Afeisha Breedy

The police is seeking the public’s help to find 14-year-old Afeisha Breedy.

Breedy of Nelson Street, Port of Spain, was last seen on November 22.

Anyone with information that can help locate her, can call the Besson Street police station at 623-1395. The police can also be reached at 999, 555, 911, 800-TIPS or through any police station. A report can also be made via the TTPS App.

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The judge wants to know when the trial is likely to begin as well as details on any setbacks the DPP’s Office may be experiencing in starting the matter.

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