Hatton teen girl missing

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Djahnae Banton

The police force, along with the family of 14 year-old Djahnae Banton of Hatton, is seeking the help of the public in knowing her whereabouts.

Djahnae is a second form student of Ottos Comprehensive School. She was last seen on Friday in Hatton wearing a floral long sleeve top and a pair of long black tights. She is slimly built, approximately 4ft-5ins in height and of fair complexion.

Anyone with information is asked to immediately contact the Youth Intervention Unit at 562-8417 or 764-2302

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14 COMMENTS

    • Brown eyes, remember you have a mother, or sister or aunt or child! Think how you would like people to say things of one of your female relatives! “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you!” This is a safe guide for living!

      • You are so right. People should be more remorseful about this situation, because whether or not she did she still needs help. She needs someone to look up to. God be with her.

  1. Saying a prayer that she is found safely and reunited with her family. We need stricter laws to convict adults who harbour minors.

  2. brown eyes is right, we do have females relatives but we grew up in a different generation, when i was 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 I was thinking of finishing school not go man yard, so these little girls need to be careful. men arent going anyhwere, the only thing they can do is provide stress and unwanted pregnancies at that age.

  3. I was looking at that child.my daughter is now 34 and at 14 there is no way she could wear no lipstick.We parents is to be blame most times.What we put in our children that is what we Normally get out. I hope she is found and if any male adult has her at his house,he should feel the full weight of the law.Young people please aim at the sky.Get your education ,you will regret, wasted time it will come back to haunt you later in life.

  4. Thats the problem in antigua. Instead of helping..or at leadt saying a prayer for her safe return its bare bashing and judgment. What if this girl was actually abducted? Yall assuming she looking man and worried about her lipstick. ALL THAT IS IMPORTANT RIGHT NOW IS HER SAFE RETURN.

    • She gone look man its not the first time she has done it she only 14 years old but she is a party girl who don’t even bother going to school

  5. Jamaican culture. Dem start early. Send she back home.

    Antigua can’t tek no mo slackness. Like parents like children.

    Little girl, I pray you are safe.

  6. I couldnt help but reading the derogatory comments made by some of the persons on these sites. We must be careful that what we sew we will also reap Even out statements has great consequences of recompense. Today is hers, but we dont know if tomorrow will be ours. what we should be doing now is praying that she not become a victim of any foul play, or anything that could cause death or harm to her person. On the other hand let us pray for her safe return, and that she does not end up like the others. Words have power they can either kill or give life

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