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Four girls from children's home missing
The T&T Police service is seeking the public’s help in locating four missing teenaged girls.
The girls are wards of a children's home.
The missing girls are 16-year-old Angel Farrel, 15-year-old Niana Farrel, 15-year-old Parbatie Ragbir and 16-year-old Sumintra Jaikaran.
The teenagers were last seen in Belmont, around 11:30 am on Wednesday.
They were reported missing to the Belmont Police Station around 4 pm on that same day, by Crystal Hospedales, an employee of the home.
Angel is of mixed descent, 5 feet 6 inches tall and slim built, with a dark complexion, and her sister, Niana, is of mixed descent with a brown complexion and slim built.
Parbatee is of East Indian descent, slim built, light brown in complexion and has short black hair. She speaks with a foreign accent.
Sumintra is of East Indian descent, wears glasses, is 5 feet 6 inches tall, medium built, dark brown in complexion and has short black hair.
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