A statement by the Police Service says acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams is deeply concerned about the disappearance of WPC Nayasha Joseph.
The statement is calling on members of the public to come forward with information and says joint searches are continuing.
The following is the statement by the Police Service.
"Commissioner of Police (Ag.), Stephen Williams, states that he remains deeply concerned about the whereabouts of No. 20234 WPC Nayasha Joseph following her sudden disappearance on Thursday 9th March, 2017.
Police are seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 14-year-old Nayasha Joseph.
Nayasha, of Tamazine Avenue, Malabar, was last seen in the vicinity of the Arima Magistrates’ Court, Arima, on Thursday 23rd, February, 2017.
She was reported missing to the Malabar Police Station, by her mother, Simone Julien, on Monday 6th March, 2017.
Nayasha is of mixed descent, 5 feet 6 inches tall, slim built and brown in complexion.
She was last seen wearing a pair of blue jeans, a purple and white t-shirt and gold coloured shoes.
One of the two 13-year-old schoolgirls who had gone missing, has been found.
The Police Service has issued the following statement:
"Nayasha Joseph, the 13-year-old schoolgirl, reported missing on Wednesday, 24th February, 2016 has been found.
Malabar Police was notified of the young girl’s whereabouts last night and she was brought to the station in the company of a relative.
The Child Protection Unit is continuing inquiries into this matter.
The TTPS thanks the public for its assistance in ensuring the teenager’s safe return."
Just hours after the Police Service announced that a missing 13-year-old school-girl had been found, two more 13-year-old school-girls have gone missing.
A statement from the Police Service seeks the public assistance in locating Azize Moses and Nayasha Joseph.
The following is the statement from the TTPS:
"Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating two schoolgirls who were reported missing by their mothers in separate incidents.