Missing teen returns home safe, police confirm

| 30/06/2014

(CNS): Following an alert to the wider public regarding a missing teen on Monday evening, Police confirmed Tuesday morning that 13 year old Kasey Niketta Edwards has returned home safely. Just after 10:00pm on Monday night officers of the Bodden Town Police Station received information that Edwards was home and an officer visited her and her mother and saw she appeared to be in good health. Edwards was reported missing after she was last seen hitch-hiking on Sunday at noon on Hirst Road in Savannah close to Countryside. Police thanked all those who had helped in the search for the teenage girl.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    0946 you are correct, children can do things and the parents do not know.  My suggestion is to continue praying for your children.  There is nothing impossible with God.  I have to do it daily, and believe me it is working. 

  2. Anonymous says:

    I know her mom.  She is very responsible and loves Kasey more than anything.  Teenagers don't always make the best decisions.  I'm just glad Kasey is OK.

  3. Anonymous says:

    How the RCIPS goin call her out like that…. ” a weave on her hair cut just below her shoulders”

  4. Anonymous says:

    She has been missing hitch hiking since sunday afternoon and the alert didn't go out till 5:35pm? 13 and hitching?  Who is accountable for this one?

    • Anonymous says:

      19:57, please note that there are parents who do have to work to support their family, therefore even the most responsible parents cannot always account for the whereabouts of their child/children at every second of the day.  Children can be rebellious and it doesnot necessarily mean that the parents are negligent.  I hope she is ok and she will do the right thing and go home as I am certain, her parents are worried sick!  

    • Anonymous says:

      Isn't there a wait time before the police will allow someone to be classified as missing?