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Police looking for missing girl

Mon, December 24, 2012 - 11:58 AM

Police are looking for a missing girl.

She is Mysha Latibah Alexandra Allamby-Lowe of, 14, of Odessa McClean Drive, My Lord’s Hill, St Michael. She is a pupil of the St James Secondary School.

Mysha is about 5’ 6’’ tall, of a slim built and has shoulder length woolen braided hair.

She is of a dark complexion, has an oval face, a small nose and thick eyebrows, broad mouth, thick lips, knock knee and has an erect appearance. Mysha also has scars on her left hand with the word “Hurt.”

Mysha left the home of her mother Stacia Allamby of the same  address yesterday around 5 p.m.  and has not been seen since.

At the time she was wearing a dark coloured long jeans, black vest, pink and white plaid shirt and bare footed.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Mysha is asked to contact District “A” Police Station or the nearest Police Station.   

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Posted by Cheese On 1 year, 10 months ago
Please go home or call home sweetheart. We had too many deaths in the past 2 weeks. Please go home!

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Posted by Jane Brown 1 year, 10 months ago
She has returned home safely

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Posted by Jane Brown 1 year, 10 months ago
Thanks for the well wishes Cheese On. Mysha has returned home safely.

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Posted by Pan Wallie 1 year, 9 months ago

Let us hope for her safe return.

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Posted by Orange Peel 1 year, 9 months ago
Did anyone think about investigating why Mysha has the word "hurt" on her hand? When children run away they are usually running away from something or someone and seeing that she has the word "hurt" on her hand, she might be trying to send a message.
I would hope that the Child Care Board would investigate her case thoroughly and not put her in the "runaway box" that persons usually place children that run away. There are a lot of things happening to children in Barbados. When or if these agencies are contacted, the appropriate action is not taken like in other countries and the children continue to suffer at the hands of the perpetrator.

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