MISSING: Brittany Williams, 15, from Kitson Town

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said 15-year-old Brittany Williams from Top Mountain in Kitson Town, St Catherine, has been missing since Monday, January 7.

She is of dark complexion, stout build, and is about 121 centimetres (4 feet) tall.

The JCF said: “Reports from the Guanabovale Police are that Brittany was last seen at home about 1:10pm wearing a red and white dress, and a pair of cream slippers and a black handbag. She has not been heard from since.”

Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Brittany should contact the Guanabovale Police at 876-610-6274, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.

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