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Search for teen

Shalveen Chand
Thursday, July 24, 2014

POLICE are calling on members of the public to provide any information pertaining to a missing teenager.

Police officers are trying to locate a teenager who went missing from her home on Monday evening.

Police spokesman Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri said Shaiyal Sangeeta Singh of Lot 47 Salato Circle, Newtown, had not returned home after storming out of her home on Monday evening.

He said Shaiyal went missing after a dispute with her mother.

According to police, Shaiyal is five feet tall, has a fair complexion, a strong build, long hair and was last seen wearing a brown dress with pink flip flops.

"Members of the public are requested to contact their nearest Community Post or Police Station if they have any information on the possible whereabouts of Shaiyal," said Insp Sokomuri.








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