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Missing: Destiny Haynes-Harris


Added 27 December 2017


Destiny Haynes-Harris. (GP)

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

She is 14-year-old Destiny Meisha Haynes-Harris, of #67 Lodge Crescent, Eden Lodge, St Michael.

She was last seen by her mother Merisha Haynes at her residence at 1st Avenue, Farnum Land, Chapman Lane, St Michael around 4:10 p.m .on  December  21, 2017  when she left to go to the shop.

At the time Haynes-Harris was wearing long light blue jeans pants with cuts to the front, a pink armhole shirt, and a pair of white slippers.

The teenager is 5’ 1” tall, slimly built and of dark complexion. She has a small head, long face, small nose, thin lips and small brown eyes. Her ears are  small ears and each is pierced once.

Haynes-Harris has drooping shoulders and dark spots on her body with the exception of her face. She is known to frequent the Bridge Gap area.

Anyone with information relative to her whereabouts is being asked to contact Central Police Station at 430-7676, police emergency number 211, Crime Stoppers at 1-800 –TIPS (8477) or the nearest police station.   (PR/NB)



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