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Three female wards-of-the-state go missing

Friday, January 24, 2014 | 10:53 AM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica-- Seventeen -year-old Yanique Gordon and Keshir Spence, 14, both wards-of-the-state at the Granville Place-of-Safety in Trelawny,  have been missing since the 17th and 22nd of January respectively. 

Yanique is of dark complexion, medium build and is about five-feet-two-inches-tall, while Keshir is of dark complexion, slim build and about five-feet-one-inch- tall. 

Reports from the Falmouth Police are that Yanique and Keshir were found missing from the facility during routine checks. Their mode of dress at the time they went missing is unknown. 

Meanwhile, 15-year-old Ginal Farquharson of the Homestead Place-of-Safety in St Andrew has been missing since Thursday, January 23.

She is dark complexion, slim build and is about five-feet-four-inches tall.

Ginal was last seen at the Place of Safety about 6:30 am dressed in a blue tunic.

Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Yanique, Keshir  or Ginal is being asked to contact the Falmouth Police at 954-3222, the Stony Hill Police at 942-2223119, or the nearest police station.

No photographs of Yanique or Keshir were available at the time of publication.

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