Hundreds of Jamaican children still unaccounted for

Scores of Jamaican children missing,it could be even thousands if we should think about the cases that are not reported. Among the children missing in Jamaica is Eric Maxwell’s only child among the 1,674 children who went missing in 2017, according to reports with each passing day he gets even more depressed about the mysterious disappearance of his 12-year-old daughter, Tamoy.
According to the Ananda Alert Secretariat, while there has been a three per cent decline in the number of children reported missing when compared to the corresponding period in 2016, the whereabouts of 195 of Jamaica’s children was still unknown at the end of 2015.
Maxwell’s daughter went missing on November 16, 2017. She was returning home from the corporate area school she attended, but decided to stop at one of her friend’s house to change after she got drenched in the rain. It is reported that she left the friend’s house and headed to the bus stop and has not been seen or heard from since.
Tamoy is of brown complexion, slim built and is about 105 centimetres (three feet, five inches) tall. Anyone knowing her whereabouts is asked to contact the Hunts Bay Police at 923-7111, Police 119 emergency number.

One thought on “Hundreds of Jamaican children still unaccounted for

  1. All Jamaicans are put into a thing called the matrix and it’s especially difficult for the women children and sometimes young men,the people hunting them are from all different races backgrounds and cultures. In most cases the women and children are being watched and when they’re alone the stalkers stalker and predator that have been watching them pounce unexpectedly on them.

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