Police looking for three missing people
Editor’s Note: Please note that Nichelle George and Nathaniel Pilgrim have been traced.
THE POLICE are seeking the public assistance in locating two men and a teenage girl.
Thirty-four-year-old Antonio Watson, alias “Pickout” and “Micherts” of Boscobelle, St Peter was last seen on December 12.
When he left home between 9 p.m. and 10.p.m . he was wearing a black and red striped polo shirt, a dark blue jeans pants, tan Timberland boots, and a black cap a with camouflage peak.
Watson is 5’ 9” in height, stoutly built and of dark complexion with thick eyebrows, drooping shoulders, a small nose, low haircut. He has an oval face, brown eyes, a short neck, a deep voice, and a pleasant manner.
He has tattoos of the words “Jah live”, “Love tree mickers” and letters “AW” along with a tattoo of a marijuana leaf, a sword and a snake on the right hand and two “teardrops” under his left eye. He has a scar on his neck.
Also missing is Nichelle George, 13, of Hunte’s Road, Carrington Village, St Michael. She left home about 6 p.m. on December 17 and has not been seen since.
At the time she was wearing multi-coloured striped leggings, a short black top and purple Old Navy slippers.
George is about 5’6” in height and thick set with natural black hair styled in an afro. She has a light brown complexion, round face and protruding teeth. The teenager has a mole to the right side of her chin and is bow legged.
Meantime, Rufus Nathaniel Pilgrim, 79, of Mapp Hill, St Michael left home about 11 a.m. on December 16th 2014 and has not returned. He was wearing a cream dress pants, a brown shirt, black dress shoes, a black peak cap with the letters “BMW” at the front. He was carrying a small black handbag.
Pilgrim is 6’ in height, of slim build and light brown complexion with brown eyes and silver hair. He wears spectacles. He suffers from memory loss. He frequents Mapp Hill, Dash Valley and South District communities.
Anyone with information relative to the whereabouts of these three people is asked to contact the emergency number 211, or the nearest Police Station. (PR/NB)