Teenage runaway missing for three days

| 12/06/2018 | 8 Comments
Cayman News Service

Roseanna Redden

(CNS): Police are once again appealing to the public for help in tracking down a teenage runaway who has now been missing for three days. Roseanna Redden (16), a resident of the Francis Bodden home in Bodden Town, was last seen on Saturday, 9 June, at a residence on Logwood Way in George Town. The repeat teenage runaway is around 5’9” and about 125 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. It is believed that she may be wearing jeans and a red, sleeveless shirt.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call the George Town Police Station at 949-4222. Anonymous tips can be provided to the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777, the Miami-based call centre of Crime Stoppers at 800-8477(TIPS), or online here.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    This is getting rather tiresome. It’s like the boy who cried wolf! People are losing interest with the stories of these so called “runaways.” I know CNS has to report these under age girls as missing but we don’t seem to hear of the outcome when they are found and returned. Is there a problem at the home? Where were they found? Who was hiding them? Or are they just a wild child that no one can do anything with. I’m sure the home can’t wait until these children come of age so that they can run away for ever!

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  2. "Anonymousir" says:

    Francis Bodden home in Bodden Town … like who runs this? who is in charge? cause only the girls home, girls runaway from? could they be getting some kind of abuse there? IS anyone looking into why these girls keep running away?

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    • Anonymous says:

      Stop trying to always blame Francis Bodden. By all means investigate and inspect regularly as well as have community advocates. But these girls need ongoing professional psychological support to heal the trauma of their early childhoods. In Cayman we are fond of the beautiful phrase “it takes a village to rear a child” but that is the opposite of what happens. These traumatized children are let down by a dysfunctional social services and a special education needs department that is a shambles. Their needs are not being met by the professionals and all Francis Bodden can do is try their best. If their best is not enough then stop running these facilities like prisons and put in proper therapeutic centers headed by those specifically trained.

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      • "Anonymousir" says:

        … then stop running these facilities like prisons … yet you just told me, not to blame Francis bodden home. but considering its ran like a “prison” .. i should let it be? Nah fool! LOOK into it for the safety of the girls. they keeping running away. Maybe they are being abused there … every thought of that? like lets look into this for the SAFETY of the GIRLS. lol .. your probably the one!

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    • Anonymous says:

      Please……….. it is FRANCES Bodden Girls Home. Miss Frances was a great old Caymanian lady of blessed memory. Constantly mis-spelling her name as Francis (a man’s name) is insulting to Miss Frances’ memory.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    I feel so sad for these young women. They have no hope, and no future. They have been failed on every front. Parents, Government, (boyfriend’s too). Next thing she will knocked up, with a kid and then what? No real education, no future prospects. The baby’s father will dump her, and she will be on the dole. And of course he will not be held responsible, because it will be her fault.

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  4. Anonymous says:

    Sit on BT public beach and she’ll be there at some point. Heads there every time.

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