Woman goes missing from Treasure Island

| 16/05/2015 | 15 Comments
Cayman News Service

Sahira Wong Quintero

(CNS): The police are currently looking for a 22-year-old Cuban woman who was last seen on Monday, some five days ago, at the Treasure Island Hotel on Seven Mile Beach in the company of a female. The RCIPS said they received a missing person report on Wednesday regarding Sahira Wong Quintero, who is a Cuban national. Police have not said whether the women was a resident or whether she was visiting the island.  Anyone with Information regarding her whereabouts is urged to call the George Town Police Station on 949-4222 or Crime Stoppers at 800-8477 (TIPS).

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  1. Anonymous says:

    This “missing person” seems to have made it to Miami via CAL.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The RCIPS needs to confirm if this is in fact a missing persons case.

  3. Anonymous says:

    THAT is what is so concerning! (11:20 a.m.)
    People just go missing…..a search party….and then no trace is found.

    Who is this young lady? expat? tourist? Any check of the cctv cameras? Where is the female companion she was last seen with? What were they doing that night? So many unanswered questions….so scary for the family. Hope the media just hasn’t updated the story and she is safe and well.

  4. Anonymous says:

    What is wrong with this Island ! ? Anna, Kerry, Nathan and Hemerson – lets hope Sahira is not formally added to this list – and they are just the poor souls who have disappeared on land without answers in the last 4 years – let’s also not forget those who have disappeared on diving/snorkelling trips. My thoughts are with them all and their families and friends.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Any updates on this young woman? Haven’t seen anything about her since Saturday.
    This is terrible. How do people just disappear?

  6. Anonymous says:

    CNS, please can you investigate this with the RCIPS. I am disturbed that the news release went out on a Saturday of a long weekend. Here we are. Tuesday over a week since she was last seen. Had the news gone out on Thursday the public could have been involved over the weekend. Has she been located? Has she contacted anyone? Has she or anyone she may have contacted informed the police of her whereabouts? If the answer to the above is no! People… Please

  7. MISS Cayman Brac says:

    Lots of good questions asked here by the first blogger.
    Further, tell us about this photo.
    She is not dressed for work.
    The opened Corona and smouldering cigarette in the background should tell us she was visiting Cayman?
    This should be easier to solve if the media would give more information.
    Is this a current photo?

  8. Disgusted! says:

    Useless RCIPS!!!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Where is the task force? How many officers involved in this search? How can we help in the search? Where are the missing posters? Where are the road blocks? Where is the door to door questions? Have they interviewed her co-workers? Have they interviewed the customers of the bar? Have they interviewed every young woman here who works in a similar bar? Have they interviewed all the customers in every bar in the area???? Yes, she is just a young Latin woman who traveled here to work in a bar to better her life But she and her family need every effort we can provide to help find her. This needs to be treated like the missing daughter of an MLA or a tourist from the U.S.. Like any visitor or resident of this country, she deserves the very best effort to help find her.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Hold on it was reported to the police Wednesday, and no one is notified of this till Friday????

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