6 girls missing from childcare facility in Trelawny

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said six wards of the state, who were housed at Granville Child Care Facility in Trelawny, have been missing since Monday and Tuesday (June 5).

Stephanie Bennette

Fifteen-year-old Stephanie Bennette is of dark complexion, medium build, and is about 157 centimeters (5 feet 2 inches) tall.

She was clad in a blue dress when last seen at the facility on Monday, June 4.

Gian Lawler

Fourteen-year-old Gian Lawler is of dark complexion, medium build, and is about 160 centimetres (5 feet 3 inches) tall.

When last seen at the facility on June 4, she was wearing a black-and-white stripe dress.

Brittania Grant

Fourteen-year-old Brittania Grant is of dark complexion, medium build, and is about 114 centimetres (3 feet 9 inches) tall.

She was last seen about 10:15pm on June 5.

Patricka Cornwall

Fifteen-year-old Patricka Cornwall is of dark complexion and slim build.

When she was last seen at the facility about 10pm Monday, she was wearing a red spaghetti strap blouse and white jeans.

Kaleen Johnson

Fourteen-year-old Kaleen Johnson is of dark complexion and medium build, and is about 162 centimetres (5 feet 4 inches) tall.

Police said she was last seen at the facility wearing a white dress about 10pm on Monday.

Suzanie Simpson

Fourteen-year-old Suzanie Simpson is of dark complexion, medium build, and is about 157 centimetres (5 feet 2) tall.

She was last seen about 10:15pm on June 5.

The JCF, in the meantime, said anyone knowing the whereabouts of the six mentioned wards of the state should contact Falmouth Police Station at 954-3222, police 119 emergency number, or the nearest police station.


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