23-year-old St Philip woman reported missing

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing woman.

She is 23-year-old Nicola Gittens of Woodbourne, St Philip who left the home of her mother Judine Gittens on Sunday, April, 30, 2017 to go to Bridgetown and has not been seen since.

Nicola is 161 centimetres tall, of dark complexion, stoutly built and full breasted.  She has a round head, bulging eyes, big nose and thick lips. Both her ears are pierced once.  Nicola has a tattoo of a lion’s head on her upper left arm and a tattoo of a map of Barbados on her left forearm.  She has knock knees and is slightly slouched.

The missing woman is also asthmatic and speaks in a loud tone with a Barbadian accent.

She was last seen wearing a flowered short skirt, dark coloured shirt and a pair of blue slippers. Nicola was carrying a grey haversack, containing a pink dress, which she was expected to wear when returning home.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact District ‘C’ Police Station at 416-8200, the Police Emergency number at 211, Crimestoppers at 1-800-(TIPS), 1-800-8477 or the nearest police station.

 

24 Responses to 23-year-old St Philip woman reported missing

  1. Itz Queen
    Itz Queen May 3, 2017 at 4:50 am

    ???

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  2. James Amlighty
    James Amlighty May 3, 2017 at 7:32 am

    And no picture in an era that people take pics of every damm thing?…

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  3. Tee Cee 246 May 3, 2017 at 7:53 am

    As James Almighty said “no picture”. Makes you look incompetent as a news source. Editor’s day off?? Hope she’s found safe and sound…albeit a picture could speed up that process.

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  4. Cynthia Bee
    Cynthia Bee May 3, 2017 at 8:13 am

    Hope she is found safe ,,,

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  5. curiousastheyget May 3, 2017 at 8:40 am

    I keep asking why there are never any pictures of these missing persons, now how am I to contact the Police about seeing her if I don’t know what she looks like. Or is his just a formality of reporting missing people

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  6. Cherylann R Johnson
    Cherylann R Johnson May 3, 2017 at 9:55 am

    Maybe the family didn’t provide a photo. I hope she is found safely

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  7. kathy-Ann Clarke May 3, 2017 at 10:52 am

    Cannot give in any information if I happen to see her. Where is a pic of her ?

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  8. Ossie Moore May 3, 2017 at 11:02 am

    Just imagine the disgraceful and insulting manner in which the missing black woman was described by a black media person person from a black island :

    { Nicola is 161 centimetres tall, of dark complexion, stoutly built and full breasted. She has a round head, bulging eyes, big nose and thick lips. Both her ears are pierced once. Nicola has a tattoo of a lion’s head on her upper left arm and a tattoo of a map of Barbados on her left forearm. She has knock knees and is slightly slouched }

    That’s the way ” runaway slaves ” were describe during the slavery years in Barbados and the way Bajans were taught by the British to describe their own bajan peolple.

    A white missing person would have been describe in a more respectful manner ( no matter if they had a round head, bulging eyes, big nose and thick lips ). And it’s a total shame when black people describe one another in that type of fashion . . . . especially worse when a member of the black Barbados news media and the ROYAL Barbados Police Dept. continue to described black Barbadians in the way the British describe their ( Bajan ) fore parents years ago.

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  9. nanci May 3, 2017 at 12:00 pm

    wow very insulting description, I would say racism and deplorable behavior comes from our own people. I remember some years ago some lady was found in the careenage, and her description was like. She is dark skin and have buck teeth. What is wrong with the Barbados behavior, its like disrespect is the core of their lives. The police could have given the woman a better mental outlook. It paint a very bad picture of her. She talks very loud, with a Barbadian accent. Only when you are dead do you hear, how you should respect the dead, why cant we respect the living. The description open the doors for bullying and mocking. very sad behavior of some bajan people. The culture is getting worse, even the people that should know better, like older church people, love and enjoy putting people down. At some churches some members would just walk up to you, and be fixing your sleeves or fixing your dress, cant you ask the person first what you are doing, or ask the person to fix their clothes? dont just walk up to someone and start fixing their dress. Some bajans have no clue about being respectful of the other person.

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  10. KeepNItReal May 3, 2017 at 12:04 pm

    @
    Ossie Moore , you hit the nail on the head. I thought the same thing when I read it. Seriously??? Where is her photo?

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  11. sunshinecanada May 3, 2017 at 12:05 pm

    thanks Ossie Moore, the time they took to talk the bull, they could of posted a photo, hope she’s safe

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  12. nanci May 3, 2017 at 12:29 pm

    the police that wrote this description dont have an respect for the woman, this is a terrible mental picture they painted of the woman. Didnt the family members have a picture of her? they should teach the police to respect the public both mentally and psychically, this way they would paint a more compassionate picture of the woman. First impressions speak volume.

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  13. Ossie Moore May 3, 2017 at 12:41 pm

    Even if that description was provided by family members or friends it could have been modified by the professional members of the media and Police Dept. I also have some Law Enforcement PR experience ( Public Relation )and here are my description modifications :

    (1) dark skin – BLACK FEMALE

    (2) stoutly built and full breasted – FEMALE OF MEDIUM SIZE

    (3) round head – ARE BLACK PEOPLE IN BARBADOS SUPPOSE TO HAVE SQUARE HEADS ? ? ?

    (4) knock knees – SHE HAS A SLIGHT DEFICIENCY WHEN WALKING etc , etc

    (5) speaks in a loud tone with a Barbadian accent – OMG ! IS IT NORMAL FOR A BARBADIANS LIVING IN BARBADOS TO SPEAK WITH A CHINESE ACCENT ? . . . . OF COURSE A BAJAN LIVING IN BARBADOS IS GOING TO SPEAK WITH A BARBADIAN ACCENT ! ! !

    It’s a damn shame people , how is the white man going to like you when you don’t even like you own self ?

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  14. Michael Goodman
    Michael Goodman May 3, 2017 at 2:37 pm

    And when she is, can we have an explanation please?

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  15. sunshinecanada May 3, 2017 at 3:31 pm

    There’s no black or white, all we is one, chinese next,

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  16. sunshinecanada May 3, 2017 at 3:43 pm

    thats white my white grandmother said, and the queen is my 17th cousin.

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  17. sunshinecanada May 3, 2017 at 3:45 pm

    thats what my white grandmother said,

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  18. Othneal May 3, 2017 at 7:12 pm

    A fascinating series of comments.
    It simply demonstrates how effective the self loathing instilled in us by our white colonial masters has been.
    I suspect the author of that degrading discription of this young woman has no idea how disrespectful they have been to all dark skinned people, including their mother, sister, father, brother………….
    Well done folks for expressing your concern.
    I too hope this sister returns safely to her concerned family.

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  19. gsmiley May 3, 2017 at 7:14 pm

    ossie moore you are a total fanatic and mad man.

    You are clouded with this black and whtie thing.

    How else is she supposed to be described if thats her description?

    Man I am so tired of you. stupse

    You talk so much crap it is unreal.

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  20. Bumn May 3, 2017 at 7:50 pm

    Guys, get over the white and black mentality created to make us think one race is better than the next. Not knowing his strengh or what he sought to seek that complain alound calls him a freak but he has shown the world one race one manning. Thank you MJ because I know they are just another part of me. Long live The Double.

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  21. Geoff Small May 3, 2017 at 10:23 pm

    The picture of alleged criminals are posted and that of a missing person is not. Help me understand the reasoning, please.

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  22. Pam Taylor May 4, 2017 at 12:30 am

    Her mother is a little simple and not all together there. That is why they put it this way. This might be all she is able to give them.

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  23. Latoya May 4, 2017 at 8:35 pm

    I am sure the press did not create that description. Possibly from my experience, her relatives described her just like that and the press did not edit it. Tells you how her family sees her! Probably make her feel less attractive by their words.

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