The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 15-year-old Sanjay Sammy.
Sanjay, of Endeavour Road, Chaguanas, was last seen at his home on July 23rd.
He was reported missing to the police later that same day.
Sanjay is of East Indian descent, slim built, with a light brown complexion, and low cut hairstyle.
He was last seen wearing a black jersey, a pair of blue shorts and slippers.
Just two days after a motorcyclist was killed after being hooked by a hanging TSTT cable, a wooden TSTT pole fell on a trailer truck in Rio Claro Tuesday.
The incident triggered calls for proper maintenance of all old and rotten wooden poles in the community but TSTT said the incident was not their fault.
The mishap took place along the Naparima/Mayaro Road opposite a pre-school near the Rio Claro cemetery.
Police are seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating two 15-year-olds, Gabrielle Samaroo and Anthony Rogers.
Both teenagers were last seen at the dormitory of the St Mary’s Children’s Home, Tacarigua, around 1 pm on Sunday.
Relatives and friends of seven fishermen lost at sea are making a desperate plea for assistance in finding them.
The men were on six boats in the Gulf of Paria around 11 pm on Monday night when pirates struck.
Several national security units are searching for eight fishermen who went missing at sea last night after four vessels were stolen in the Gulf of Paria near Carli Bay and Orange Valley. The missing were among several who were thrown overboard. One made it ashore alive and is being questioned by the police.
Seventeen-year-old Stacy Paul and her boyfriend Ronald Deonarine, 21, wanted to build a life with each other.
Instead, they died together and will be cremated side by side at the Shore of Peace on Wednesday.
A TSTT cable is being blamed for the death of a motorcyclist who became entangled in the damaged line which had been left hanging at Jerningham Junction, Cunupia, on Sunday night.
At around 10 pm, Ronnie Samuel, of Homeland Gardens, Cunupia, a WASA employee and father of two was riding his motorbike along the main road when the accident occurred. His motorbike crashed about 500 feet away from where he fell on the roadway.
The Laventille Community pool is officially open to the public.
Dozens showed up, mostly children to experience the cool water on this hot July day.
But it wasn't just free for all, at this pool there is structure, Coast Guard Officers were seen guiding the children ages 8-14, giving them basic swimming lessons.
The pool also has a schedule where different activities will take place, activities such as aqua aerobics, therapeutic swimming and swimming lessons.
A squad of 27 Coast Guard and Defence Force Officers are currently training at the Laventille Community Swimming Pool.
They are learning interactive and life-saving skills so they can participate in swimming activities with pool users when the pool is officially opened to the public on Monday 22nd July 2019.
Guardian Media understands that the officers started training yesterday and will continue all weekend.
Children seen playing outside the pool's entrance told us that they are excited and can't wait until Monday so that they can use the pool.
It was a ceremony meant to celebrate the dedication and courage of First Responders but disappointment also filled the room.
This as it was revealed that road traffic accidents and road fatalities increased in 2019 compared to the corresponding period last year.