14-year-old girl missing

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 14-year-old Sensimilla Makeda Jones of #71 Regent Hill, Pine, St Michael.

Sensimilla is about 5’1” in height, of a slim build, has a brown complexion and black shoulder length dreadlocks. She has brown eyes, a pointed nose, thin lips and thin eyebrows.

She left the home around 10 o’clock on Monday, December 21, 2015.

At the time she was wearing a brown t-shirt, short blue faded jeans with stars on them and a pair of brown slippers. She was carrying a yellow “Sponge Bob” haversack.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to contact the police emergency number 211, or the nearest police station.


3 Responses to 14-year-old girl missing

  1. Sam Clarke December 23, 2015 at 11:30 am

    I AM SICK AND TIRED OF THE CONSTANT MISSING TEENAGERS IN BARBADOS. THEN AS SOON AS THEY HAVE BEEN FOUND, THEY GO HOME AND NOTHING IS DONE ABOUT IT.
    IT IS TIME THAT THE PARENTS AND OR GUARDIANS OF THESE CHILDREN PAY THE EXPENSE FOR ALL THE POLICING MAN POWER AND EVERYTHING ELSE, IN TRYING TO LOCATE THESE RUN AWAYS.
    FOR IF THEY GO BACK HOME AND NOTHING IS DONE, WHAT THE SENSE OF SPENDING THE LITTLE BIT OF RESOURCES THAT THE POLICE HAVE IN THIS FOLLY.

    THE POLICE RESOURCES, CAN BE BETTER SPENT IN FIGHTING THE GUNS AND UNSOLVED MURDERS THAT ARE A CONSTANT LIABILITY IN BARBADOS.

    THE GOVERNMENT, SHOULD MAKE IT MANDATORY THAT THESE RUNAWAYS, AFTER THEY ARE RECOVERED, TO BE SENT TO AN INSTITUTION SO THAT THEY CAN GET TO THE ROOT OF THIS CHRONIC PROBLEM IN BARBADOS.

    ENOUGH OF THIS FOR IT SEEMS THAT THESE CHILDREN ARE TREATING THIS MISSING BUSINESS, LIKE IT IS SOME SORT OF A FASHION FAD.

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  2. Alex Alleyne December 23, 2015 at 12:13 pm

    @Sam Clarke….. Well said.
    I am very upset when our “Young Ladies” are reported missing and then we hear XYZ return home ………..end of story.

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  3. Observer December 24, 2015 at 9:11 pm

    Government need to start charging the parents of these fast ass young girls that go out there shacking up and government using all these resources trying to find them

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