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MISSING: Roxanne Matthews


Added 11 November 2017


Roxanne Matthews (GP)

Police are seeking the assistance of the public in locating a missing woman. Missing is Roxanne Matthews, 29, of Collins, Boscobelle, St Peter, and formerly of Broomfield, St Lucy.

She was last seen around 6 a.m., on Tuesday, November 7, by her boyfriend Hugh Thompson at his residence at Collins, Boscobelle, St Peter, and has not been seen since.

At the time she was wearing a pair of blue leggings, and a faded pink shirt.

Matthews is 167 centimetres tall, with a brown complexion, and is thickly built. She has an oval face, thick lips, thick short neck, full breasts and a protruding stomach.

She has her hair braided, speaks with a slur, has an erect appearance, and is in the habit of swinging her hands. She is known to frequent the area of Speightstown, St Peter, and Broomfield, St Lucy, and can be considered as a slow leaner.

Anyone with information relative to the whereabouts of Roxanne Matthews, is being asked to contact the District ‘E’ Police Station at telephone numbers 419-1730, or 419-1731, Police Emergency number 211 or the nearest Police Station. (PR)


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