St Thomas teen, taxi operator missing

News post November 11, 2015

 Wilton Phillips (left) and Sherisa Bailey  ST THOMAS, Jamaica – A taxi operator and a schoolgirl, both of Whitehall, St Thomas addresses, have been reported missing since Monday.

 They are 15-year-old Sherisa Bailey of Ridge district and 26-year-old Wilton Phillips of Clunie Road.

Police say the fair-complexioned teen was last seen when she left home for school about 6:30 am. She was dressed in her school uniform — a blue skirt, a white blouse, a pair of white socks, and a pair of black shoes. She is of medium build and is about four-foot-nine-inch tall.

When she did not return home at the usual time, calls were made to her cellular phone but went unanswered. A report was subsequently made to the police.  Meanwhile, Phillips, who is of dark complexion, slim build and is about five-foot-seven-inch tall, last spoke to relatives via cellular phone about 3:00 pm the day he went missing.

The police say subsequent calls to his phone went unanswered. His mode of dress at the time he went missing is unknown.  Phillips plies the Morant Bay to Whitehall route. The police did not indicate whether or not the two cases are connected.  Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Sherisa Bailey or Wilton Phillips is being asked to contact the Sea forth police at 982-4280/2255, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.

Published By: The Observer

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