Missing teenage girl found

| 06/07/2016 | 12 Comments
Cayman News Service

Roseanna Antoinette Redden

(CNS) Update: The police have confirmed that 14-year-old Roseanna Antoinette Redden from Bodden Town has been found safe and well. The RCIPS had issued a release asking for the public’s help to find her after a week had passed since she had been seen by family members, though she had spoken to her mother by phone on Monday, 4 July

Police thanked the public for their help after Roseanna was found in George Town on Thursday afternoon.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Since 2016 it’s the same four girls over and over.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I posted a comment here yesterday with details of my last sighting of her, why has it not been posted?

    CNS: The content was passed to the police, but it did not seem appropriate to publish it. Everyone’s aim was to establish that she was safe, right?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Is it true she’s in the care of “the state” and therefore they are the ones responsible for her car and reporting her missing?

  4. Anonymous says:

    #notnews

  5. East End Resident says:

    Is there really no more information for the public to go on? The family have no idea where she is or why? Or who she might be with? No general area where she might be hanging out with a boyfriend? Surely the family would have known something about where she is and what she is doing or an emergency missing persons alert would have been raised much sooner, as soon as she didn’t come home from school that day.

  6. CGS says:

    She doesn’t seem to be “missing” if she spoke to her mother by phone on Monday, July 4th.
    She doesn’t return from school from June 29, but the mother does not report her missing at that time, she speaks to her on Monday, July 4 and now she is being reported as missing?
    Sounds like a defiant teenager who is simply refusing to go home.
    Although we don’t know why she is refusing to go home, could be a good reason but anyone who has seen her or knows where she is please just advise the police or her family so they at least know that she is okay.

    • Anonymous says:

      Until the shoe is on the other foot and it is someone you are close and dear to, you will never understand. Although she has spoken to her mother and her mother knows she’s alive, not knowing where she is or her not being home makes her still considered “missing”.
      miss·ing
      (of a person) absent from a place, especially home, and of unknown whereabouts.

  7. Unison says:

    Let’s hope she is just having fun… especially during the time when school is out. It is nothing new for a 14 year old to want to rebel and be with her friends or see a boyfriend.

    We have had occurences like this before, and they turn up after several weeks.

  8. Anonymous says:

    And this is just being reported and now after a week. This is ridiculous

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