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St Dominic’s teens still missing

by Shane Superville Saturday, May 20 2017

CRYSTAL Hospedales, an employee at St Dominic’s Children’s Home is calling on four teens who are believed to have ran away, to think about their future and return to the Home immediately.

“If I can talk to them right now, I would tell them to think about their future, think about their safety and come home. There is a lot of danger out there these days and you all have very bright futures ahead of you,” Hospedales said. She added that officials at the Home are still no closer to finding the girls. Hospedales said despite this incident, security has not been increased.

“The safety of our children is something that we take very seriously.

We are not exactly sure how they managed to leave the compound undetected, but we believe they may have gone out into the play area and climbed one of the walls out onto the street.

At the moment we have two security guards posted at the home, one for each exit.

“We have passed on the information that we have gathered to all the police units involved in the investigation and while we can’t say for certain, we suspect that the girls may be going to the home of one of their relatives,” Hospedales told Newsday.

Hospedales also denied media reports that the girls’ disappearance may have been facilitated by security officials at the school, saying there is no reason to believe the guards are involved in their disappearance.

It was originally reported that five girls were missing but one was found and eturned to the Home.

Sources revealed this girl has since been charged with escaping lawful custody, since she is deemed a ward of the State. The missing four are Angel Farrell, 16; her sister Niana Farrell, 15; Sumintra Jaikaran, 16 and Parbatee Ragbir, 15. Police are urging persons with any information on the whereabouts of these girls to contact 800-TIPS, or the police at 555, 999 or 911.



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