New Jersey police believe that a 14-year-old Trinidad and Tobago girl who has been reported missing by her family, ran away to avoid having to come back to T&T.
Sikose Joseph was visiting family in South Jersey when she went missing over a week ago.
She was last seen wearing dark pants and a light-coloured shirt, carrying a large black backpack and a large pink bag.
Police are looking for a 14-year-old Trinidad and Tobago girl who has been reported missing in New Jersey after she left her home Sunday night.
Sikose Joseph was visiting family in Glassboro when she left the home where she was staying late Sunday.
Glassboro police said Wednesday that security camera footage showed Sikose walking north on Main Street, across from Angelo's Diner, on Sunday at 11 p.m.
They say she appeared to be wearing dark pants, a light-colored shirt and is carrying a large black backpack and large pink bag.
A train struck a train station in Hoboken, New Jersey, on Thursday morning, with reports of injuries and possible casualties.
The police chief has said there were "mass casualties." The cause of the accident was not immediately clear.
Initial reports indicate that more than 100 people were injured and that one person was killed.
Hoboken is located just four miles outside of New York and is a popular commuter town for workers in Manhattan. The crash occurred during rush hour.