Missing teenager found

| 09/02/2009

(CNS): Police have now confirmed that Caitlin Amanda Scott has been found. The 13 year old teenager went missing on Sunday evening and police put out a public alert today to appeal to her or her friends to make contact with friends and family to let them no she was OK. This evening the RCIPS said that she was now safe and well.

Concerns were raised after Caitlin was last seen near her home address in Will T Road, Bodden Town at around 6.30pm on Sunday evening.  Chief Inspector Peter Kennett said on Monday that the young girl was not in any  trouble but her family just wanted to know that she was OK and appealed for her to make contact. Kennett stated it was unusual for Caitlin to go missing

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  1. Anonymous says:

    So…where was this 13 year old child??  Who was she with? why didnt she come home?

  2. Anonymous says:

    I went to bed last night not knowing that Caitlin was ok.

    The thought that something terrible happend or was about to happen to this young lady worried me immensely. Where was she, who took her off the street  and why.

    Since we lost Estella in such a tragic way one  can not help to expect the worse. Cayman has changed drastically.

    May the Lord protect our young people and may these young people  think twice of the consequences  before they take off. Everyone on the island that knew about Caitlin was seriously worried. 

  3. Marci says:

    I went to bed praying that she was safe..we dont need anymore trauma in our islands and especially to our young ladies.

    Caitlin, I pray that whatever reason you left home can be rectified.Regardless of how bad things may seem, am sure your family love you and will help you through your difficult time and feelings.

    God Bless.

  4. Sandra Catron says:

    I understand from the RCIP that she has been found and should be at home safe now.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Thank God Caitlin is okay!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Caitlin is safe and well. Thank you for your kind words and thoughts.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Dear Caitlin, We are all so worried about you sweetheart, please call someone, anyone you can trust, even if you don’t come home straight away just let us know you are safe. We just want to hear your voice. Your family are really concerned. You are not in any kind of trouble at all, everything will be okay just let us know you are okay.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Dear Caitlin,

    If there is any way you are reading this please contact someone. You are not in trouble, your family are so worried and just want to know you are safe. Even if you don’t come back home straight away at least call someone, call one of your brothers or sisters. People are very concerned sweetheart and just want to hear your voice.

    Whatever the reasons for you leaving can be made right – just call home or a friend or someone you can trust.

    It will all be okay.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Please note the correct spelling of her first name is Caitlin and not Katelend. 

    CNS note: I checked with police and they have confirmed that this commenter is correct. This article and the RCIPS release have now been amended. Many thanks.