Jeni John, the 13-year-old, of Cardiff Road, Pembroke, who was reported missing by her mother, on Wednesday 11th July, 2018, has been found.
A statement by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is thanking the public for its assistance in ensuring the teenager’s safe return.
Police are seeking the public's help in finding a missing 13-year-old girl.
Shekira Reid, 13, of Mt. Pleasant, Arima, was last seen at her home by her grandmother 15.07.18.
Police are asking anyone with information on Shekira, to call 999, 555, 911, any police station or call 800-TIPS.
A 15-year-old girl who was reported missing has been found.
Reshanna Seelochan of Harico Extension, Las Lomas No. 2 was reported missing by her uncle, on Thursday 5th July, 2018.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service says she has been found and is thanking the public for its assistance in ensuring the teenager’s safe return.
As flooding remains a perennial problem in Debe, a couple is threatening legal action against a meat and produce company for blocking a watercourse which they said has led to water gushing into their property.
Even as residents of the SS Erin Road complained about the construction by Pawan Wholesalers Ltd, chairman of the Penal/Debe Regional Corporation, Dr Allen Sammy said he could not comment that the issue as the Corporation has a matter pertaining to the legality of the structure in court.
Ten finalists selected to compete for the title of Miss World T&T 2018, participated in another round of competition at the Gulf City Mall over the weekend.
Following the competition, Miss South Oropouche Britney Smith, Miss Chaguanas Aliyah Fraser and Miss St Anns Maya Cozier, emerged winners of the Top Model category.
A Chaguanas businessman has donated $5,000 to ensure that baby Christopher Sahadeo Poonilal gets the urgent medical treatment he needs.
Dipnarinesingh’s Tours and Travel owner Rajiv Dipnarinesingh said he was reading the digital T&T Guardian around 2 am yesterday when he came across the story about baby Christopher. He said he was touched by the story he decided to donate all the money needed for the scan for the one-year-old.
Seven months after he was injured when his parents’ home collapsed during heavy rainfall, baby Christopher Sahadeo Poonilal has suffered a seizure at home.
His parents Curtis Poonilal and Christine Sahadeo are now frantically trying to raise $5,000 to do an electroencephalography scan on his brain at a private medical hospital.
Electroencephalography is an electro-physiological monitoring method used to record the electrical activity of the brain.