UPDATE: Teen Found

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Police and the family of Nanderleen Johnson have confirmed that the 15 -year old who was reported missing has been found.

Nanderleen was found by the Police in Gray’s Farm about 1 a.m. today 26th August 2021.

She is reported to be in good health and the Police are continuing their investigations into her whereabouts.

 EARLIER REPORT:

The Police are seeking the assistance of the general public in knowing the whereabouts of 15-year-old Nanderleen Johnson of Church Lane, St. John’s.

 

Nanderleen, a third form student of the Princess Margaret School was last seen at home about 10:00 a.m on Tuesday 24th August 2021.

 

She is dark in complexion, about 5 feet 5 inches in height and stockily built.

 

The Police have made several efforts to locate her but have been unsuccessful.

 

Anyone with information is asked to contact the St. John’s Police Station at 462-0045 or the Youth Intervention Unit at 562-8417 without delay.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Look for here by her friends house.. find out if she have a boy or man friend. Break down the doors of those houses.

  2. Pray that the young lady is safe and will be home again soonest.

    These missing cases are becoming TOO frequent now.
    It is time for a national parent/guardian/children forum to address the issues that are causing our youth to end up on the missing person list.

    For every effect, there is a cause.

    What are the roots causes of these young people going missing?

    Parents, guardians, religious bodies: we have a solemn role to play here. God holds us responsible for the stewardship of parenting and nurturing of our young people.

    To the adults who take advantage of these young people, be certain that all our actions are recorded, and judgement will be sure.

    WORLD “CRYSIS”: THE YOUTHS OF TODAY ARE CRYING OUT FOR HELP AND HOPE.

  3. Some of these young people are just own way as we say in Antigua. They need to realize that bad behaviour has consequences. Now the police have to spend resources looking for them. Found at 1 am? Hope the police talk to her parents to determine what is really going on as the next time she disappears may be her last.

  4. Isn’t 15 years deemed to be underaged in Antigua and Barbuda? So why no one is arrested in this matter?

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