Police, Ananda Alert Secretariat At Odds Over Teenage Girl Listed As ‘Found’ But Is Still ‘Missing’

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The Police are seemingly at odds with the Ananda Alert Secretariat for having listed a teenage girl as found who the Constabulary still classifies as missing.

According to Police Sergeant attached to the Constabulary’s Corporate Communications Unit, Annesha Austin, law enforcement still considers the investigation as ongoing.

Parker was reported missing in March 2016 and is now 18 years old.

Her father says he had a telephone conversation with her last month.

However, both the police and her relatives are yet to see her in person.

Sergeant Austin says this is a necessity for a person to be removed from the list of missing persons.

Sergeant Annesha Austin of the Constabulary’s Corporate Communications Unit.

Meanwhile, Founder of Hear the Children’s Cry, Betty-Ann Blaine, says the Ananda Alert Secretariat needs to change it’s terminology.

Betty-Ann Blaine, Founder of Hear the Children’s Cry.

She was speaking on Nationwide Radio on Friday.




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