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Tammagn Caesar still missing


Added 10 October 2018


Tammagn Omega Caesar (GP)

Fifteen-year-old Tammagn Omega Caesar, of Collins, St Peter, was reported missing on September 26 and remains on the Royal Barbados Police Force’s missing persons list.

She is a student of The Lester Vaughan School and was last seen when she left the residence of her parents Dexter Caesar and Margo Blenman.

She is 5’3” tall, with a slim build, light brown complexion and has black straightened hair. She has a long features, small nose and mouth and her teeth at the front of her mouth are distorted due to a previous injury.

She has long legs and walks with an erect appearance.

She frequents Eagle Hall, St Michael; Belleplaine Housing Area, St Andrew and the Kiosks at Speightstown where she drinks and smokes. She is in the habit of leaving home without permission.

Anyone with information relative to the whereabouts of Tammagn Omega Caesar is asked to contact police emergency number 211, Crime Stoppers at 1-800 -TIPS (8477), District ‘E’ Police Station at 419-1730, or the nearest Police Station. (PR)


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