BASSETERRE, St. Kitts - POLICE yesterday (Jan. 15) morning confirmed that the teen whose missing poster was being circulated in the media is back with her parents.
The identity of the juvenile has not been released by the police but her poster was making rounds yesterday, raising alarms in many circles.
Over the last two years, a number of individuals have been reported missing by the police and have not been seen or heard from since. Thus far, police have only been successful in finding one.
Missing juveniles have raised alarms since the untimely demise of Leanna Napoleon in 2017. The fifth form student went missing for several weeks after sitting one of her exams.
Her decomposing body was later found by police in Olivees Mountain and her brother along with his friend were later arrested and charged for her murder.
According to the police, her brother, 22-year-old Brandon Lee Wells of Buckley’s Estate was sentenced to life imprisonment, while 21-year-old Travien Liddie of St. Johnson’s Village got a 30-year sentence.