Three adults reported missing
KINGSTON, Jamaica –Three adults have been reported missing - Tashaka Gordon, Collin Brown and Ucal Simpson.
Twenty-year-old Tashaka Gordon of Retrieve district in Westmoreland has been missing since Wednesday, October 17.
Gordon is of dark complexion, slim build and about 170 centimetres (5-feet-7-inches) tall.
Reports from the Cambridge Police are that Gordon was last seen at home about 3:00 pm. At the time she went missing she was dressed in a pink blouse, blue jeans and a pair of blue and silver sneakers.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Tashaka Gordon is being asked to contact the Cambridge Police at 956-4246, Police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.
Twenty-two-year-old Collin Brown of Granville, St James has been missing since Tuesday, October 16.
Brown is of dark complexion, stout build and about 170 centimetres (5-feet-7 inches) tall. He has ‘collin’ tattooed on his arm and three tear drops on his face.
Reports from the Granville Police are that Brown was last seen in his community about 8:35pm. He was dressed in a green t-shirt and a striped green polo shorts at the time he went missing.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Collin Brown is being asked to contact the Granville Police at 952-3337, Police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.
Fifty-two-year-old Ucal Simpson of Frasers Content, Spanish Town in St. Catherine has been missing since Thursday, October 25.
Simpson is of dark complexion, medium build and about 183 centimetres (6-feet) tall. He is said to have a speech impediment.
Reports from the Spanish Town Police are that Simpson was last seen at home about 8:00am. At the time he went missing, he was dressed in a white merino, grey shorts, red cap and a pair of black shoes.
Anyone knowing Simpson’s whereabouts is being asked to contact the Spanish Town Police at 984-2305, Police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.
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