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MISSING: Sade Straughn


Added 05 December 2017


Sade Straughn (GP)

The Police are seeking the assistance of the public in locating a missing woman.

She is Sade Akieba Antonio Straughn, 30, of Rock Hampton Road, Jackson, St Michael.

She was last seen by a family friend around midnight on Saturday, December 2, disembarking a bus at Jackson, St Michael, and has not been seen since.  

At the time she was wearing a black and white shirt, a dark coloured bottom, and carrying a black backpack.

Sade is 5 feet 3 inches tall, with a thick built, and is of brown complexion. She is wearing her hair in a bun, and has two pairs of earrings in both ears. Her tongue and the right side of her mouth are also pierced. Her body is covered with tattoos, mostly on her leg and back.

She is known to frequent the Bridge Gap, Goodland’s, St Michael area, and Grazettes, St Michael. 

Anyone with information relative to the whereabouts of Sade Akieba Antonio Straughn, is being asked to contact the District ‘A’ Police Station at 430-7242, or 430-7646, Police Emergency number 211, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIPS (8477), or the nearest Police Station. (PR)


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