Ananda Alert: Teens Shaneka Scarlett, Shareka Bruce and Annetha Hayles missing

Friday, February 22, 2013

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Thirteen-year-old Shaneka Scarlett, Shareka Bruce, 16, and Annetha Hayles, 13 have been reported missing.

Shaneka is from Gregory Park, St Catherine and has been missing since Monday, February 18.

She is of dark complexion, stout build and about five feet tall, with a scar on her forehead.

The Caymans police report that Shaneka was last seen at home wearing a pair of black tights, black and white blouse and a white slippers. 
Shareka Bruce is from Catherine Mount, St James and has been missing since Tuesday, February 5.

She is of dark complexion, slim build, about five-feet-six-inches tall and has a scar on her left leg.

Reports from the Mount Salem police are that Shareka was last seen at in the Crawford area of Mount Salem. When last seen she was wearing a blue shorts, a white blouse and a blue slippers. 

Meanwhile Annetha is from Sulton district, Clarendon and has been missing since Wednesday, February 20.

She is of dark complexion, medium build and about five-feet-two-inches tall.

The Chapelton police say Annetha was last seen at home wearing a beige pants, brown blouse and a brown slippers; she was also carrying a purple knapsack. 

Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Shaneka , Shareka or Annetha  is being asked to contact the Caymanas Police at 988- 1719 , the Mount Salem Police at 952- 3572, the Chapelton Police at 987- 2244, Police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.




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