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Missing Sarrot Teenager Back Home


Family members have confirmed that a teenager from Sarrot, Castries, who had been missing since Wednesday, is back home.

The circumstances surrounding her return were not immediately apparent.

The police received a report that thirteen-year-old Lilyana Joseph, a student at Grand Reviere Secondary School, was missing after she returned home from school, changed her clothing, went to a shop with her little sister, returned home, and departed again.

As the hours passed and calls to her mobile telephone went unanswered, the worry among family members and the community grew, especially when it became apparent that her phone was off.

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  1. We don’t need to know the circumstances as long as she will be OK. People just love an unnecessary gossip. Alot of St. Lucians with other ppls business on their minds would disagree, but they need to check on their business at home instead!

  2. These parents Should be arrested and Charged when they report that their Children Missing.

  3. Thats why we eh looking for none or wasting effort again, when found you eh want to tell us why they gone missing smh

  4. The majority of social ills in the island is because of bad parenting some parent encourage nonsense from children even if you work night in a hotel for 3 to 5 EC dollars an hour have someone to watch over your children

  5. There are always reasons why kids ran away from home. Glad she is alive and back home. Those waiting for the details of the disappearance should keep waiting. Sad that some people just thrive on gossip and drama. Some of you need to learn to just wish people well and move on. Hope this teen can find someone she can confide in and get some help if she needs it. I wish her all the best.

  6. @Tay chew la, it would appear like you get some form of gratification from knowing the particulars? You sound like you function on a few brain cells!


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