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Belize-Police-Dept-BPDpolice-logo1-150x150It seems that every day there is a missing person case to report on and today there is no ease in sight. Authorities in both Belize City and Corozal Districts are asking the public’s assistance in locating three females from the municipalities. The first case was reported on Friday October 17th, when 16 year old Kenisha Oshon, Belizean student of #123 Mahogany Street, Belize City, is believed to have runaway. Kenisha was last seen by her mother on Thursday October 26th by the Complex Building in Belize City. Oshon is about 4 feet 8 inches in height, slim built, of dark complexion, has black short hair, dark brown eyes, snub nose and has some scars on her leg. She was last seen wearing a short yellow dress, pair of pink slippers and carrying with her a grey schoolbag.



The second missing person case was reported by Ponseda Hill of 3rd Street South Corozal Town. Hill visited the Corozal Police Station and reported that on Monday at 2:00p.m., her 13 year old daughter, Jeannie Alvarez, Belizean student, left her house en route to her father’s house located on 5th Avenue, Corozal Town. Hill reports that up to the time of making her report her daughter has not returned home. Jeannie Alvarez is of brown complexion, has black long hair, black eyes, and was last seen wearing a black T-shirt, blue 3/4 jeans pants with black slippers.



And the third female who has been reported missing also hails from Belize City. She is 20 year old Ashanti Diamond, Belizean babysitter of Taylor’s Alley who was reported missing yesterday. Reports are that she was last seen on Duck Lane in Belize City around 1:00p.m and at around 3:00p.m on Albert Street. Diamond is of Creole Descent, medium built, of dark complexion; about 5 feet 3 inches in height, medium built, has black short hair, a scar on her back, and has a tattoo on her left shoulder of a vine. She was last seen wearing a sleeveless yellow blouse, blue short pants and a pair of pink Old Navy brand slippers. Authorities are asking the public to assist in locating these three females. If seen please contact the nearest Police Station. 



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