The mother of a 14-year-old secondary school student is seeking the public’s help in locating her missing daughter who left school over 10 days ago and has not been seen since.
Sandra Jno Baptiste of Mahaut told Dominica News Online (DNO) that her daughter, Shaddai Jno Baptiste, told her school that she was feeling unwell on Monday 30th November 2015 and as a result, was sent home to recover.
“I send her school and she told the school she is sick and then the school send her home and from time the school send her home, I wasn’t even there, I was at the Salisbury Primary School. When I come I didn’t meet her home,” she said.
The distressed mother remarked when she arrived home in Mahaut on the day her daughter went missing, a man told her he saw Shaddai “running down the road.”
“What I had I just drop it down, I just run go like a crazy woman and I all Roseau looking for her,” she stated.
She noted that she was told that her daughter was sighted at the Marigot Bus Stop and at CHANCES in Portsmouth, but all attempts to locate her has been unsuccessful.
“I am really concerned about her, I am really concerned…,” she said.
Jno Baptiste all she wants is for the daughter to return home.
“I just want to say that I want her to come back home, she not keeping me happy at all,” she stated.
She said she has been on a one-woman mission of finding her daughter.
Anyone with information can contact Jno Baptiste at 316-8346.
A police report has been made in the matter.