Teenaged girl missing

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The police is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Danielle Gabriel, 17, of Bagatelle Gardens, St. Thomas.

Gabriel is about 5’4” in height, thick build, and has a dark complexion. She has a round head with black, straightened hair, styled in one. She has acne on her forehead, is small breasted, has an erect appearance and is slightly knock-knee.

She left the home in the afternoon of Tuesday, December 22, 2015, and has not been seen since.

Anyone with information relative to the whereabouts of Danielle Gabriel is asked to contact the Emergency number 211, or the nearest Police Station.

6 Responses to Teenaged girl missing

  1. Alex Alleyne December 27, 2015 at 12:06 pm

    HERE WE GO AGAIN. DON’T THINK THIS WILL STOP UNTIL THE COURT PUT SOMEONE OR SOME PEOPLE BEHIND BARS.

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  2. YVETTE MUNROE December 28, 2015 at 8:19 am

    PRAYING FOR HER SAFE RETURN

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  3. observer December 28, 2015 at 9:18 am

    Alex i agree with you on that somebody should be responsible for these young girls putting the authority through this mess everytime you look around especially when ligitimate

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  4. BOBO The Clown December 28, 2015 at 11:00 am

    What has the authorities done to put an end to some of these cases ,where teens are, in most cases running away from homes to be with male partners who are often an adult and taking advantage of these youngsters?
    I do hope that this young lady is found to be safe. It always seem as though once these youngsters are reunited with families ,that nothing more is said as to where they were, and with whom.
    I don’t ever hear of anyone being charge or investigated by the Police . It appear as though the Police see this kind of behaviour as the norm .Once the minor is found to be “safe” no one gives a damn as to why or what transpired during the missing period.
    In most developed countries the perpetrators if found to be harboring a youngster (minor)for sexual gratification or other reasons are dealt with severely by the court. This, however doesn’t seem to be taken seriously in Barbados . I suppose some would say that such behaviour yet reprehensible is what the youngster wanted, especially if its not their child,or a relative.

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  5. Alex Alleyne December 28, 2015 at 7:25 pm

    Sad to say, but maybe we will see some “action” after some of the young ladies turn up dead.
    By then it will be too late . Why not put some effort in before it come to that .
    Please do something…….Save our young ladies .

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