Police appeal for help finding two teenage girls
Police have once again renewed their appeal for help in locating 14-year-old Destiny Winters after a recent sighting of her in the Flatts village area was reported.
The CedarBridge Academy pupil, who is in the care of the Department of Child and Family Services, was spotted with an unknown male on January 14 after she left the Brangman Home for girls in Smith’s last Friday.
It is her sixth disappearance in the last two months.
Destiny is described as brown complexioned, about 5ft 6in, weighing 130lbs and having short, curly hair dyed black.
She was last seen wearing a black rain jacket, shorts and black Nike sneakers.
Destiny is known to frequent locations in Pembroke including Fentons Drive, Parsons Road, St. Augustine Hill, Middletown, One Way Deepdale and The Glebe Road.
A police spokesman thanked the public for their assistance so far in helping to locate Destiny on previous occasions.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts should call police on 295-0011 or the Brangman Home on 292-3699.
Update: Police announced last night that 17-year-old Ja’da Thomas, who had been missing since Tuesday, was located and returned.
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