BREAKING NEWS: Missing teen found

Andrew was found on Monday evening
Andrew was found on Monday evening

Dominica News Online can confirm that a missing teenager originally from Woodfordhill has been found.

DNO was informed on Monday evening that Myriah Monique Andrew, also known as Kimmy, was found on Monday evening walking towards Woodfordhill by a concerned citizen.

DNO was also told that as of late Monday night the teenager was being questioned by the police.

The circumstances surrounding the entire incident remain unknown but DNO was told that Andrew was unharmed.

Andrew, who lives in Marigot, was last seen around 11:00 am on Sunday in Woodfordhill wearing a black and white shirt with blue jeans.

When she did not return home, an alarm was raised and the police notified.

DNO will continue to follow this story and provide information as it becomes available.

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26 Comments

  1. JUST ASKING?
    January 29, 2015

    Where did this young lady sleep? Whoever had her in their home should be ashamed of themselves. My question to this young lady is—–What is wrong at home? ask for help. Speak to your teachers, your guidance counselor at school, your pastor at church, the police, somebody that you trust in your family. By you running away is not making the problem go away. Seek help.

    DOMINICA needs to implement ways where young people can voice their opinion in and open forum.

  2. January 28, 2015

    Praise god
    :-x :-P :-P

  3. Sam Donaldson
    January 28, 2015

    Really, before casting judgment we should find exactly what is going on. That young lady maybe crying out for help.

  4. Harlem Youth
    January 27, 2015

    It’s amazing that None of the commenters here have shown any particular concern about the reason this young lady “disappeared”. It’s heartbreaking that the first thought in many minds would be that she simply escaped to have a tryst with a lover. Has no considered the fact that she may be running away from hells at home? Do we know that regardless of how nice a situation may look on the outside, NO one knows what this young lady is really going through? Shame on you all! I pray that Ms. Andrew finds some sort of comfort from whatever it is she may be facing and that she may be kept safe and know that there is hope for brighter days. Some people DO care.

    • The Facts
      January 27, 2015

      If she has problems at home it is none of their business. It is between her parents and herself. It may also concern the authorities. Children could also be disobedient and want to have their way. Until they know the full story they can only surmise what may have occurred.

    • Gasman
      January 28, 2015

      Very true, and I myself am guilty of a similar thoughts but sir/madam. In my life….I have probably heard this stories no less than 5 times in Dominica and out of those times the situation was always the same.

    • cj
      January 28, 2015

      I’m responding with tears in my eyes…… I have two teenage (13 and 15) daughters in Charlotte NC so I’m very sensitive when comes to situation like this. Your letter express that you are also passionate about this too. This young girl must be crying out for help, and I am hoping the presents are question by the police and a home investigation need to be conducted. I also hoping that that the police do not allow this young lady to go back to the house without truly and vigorously confronting this kind of disappearing act . In the US and Canada majority of kids that run away from home is because of the home. The reason varies including mental, physical and sexual abuse top the list of prosecuted offences. Me and my family are all hoping and praying this young lady will be fine.

  5. Happy
    January 27, 2015

    Thank god she return home where she belong

    • cj
      January 28, 2015

      Yes…there is a God and first thing is first we should thank God that she is alive, and hoping and praying she is doing well.

  6. CONCERN
    January 27, 2015

    kids now a days don’t respect their parents..you cant leave your parents home and go and come back what ever time you feel like ,15 years is under age and these little girls are taking this age as grown to do what ever they want.but then again we do not know whether if she was having peer pressure at home,which cause her to leave.but then again you cant leave your parents home and think you’re grown.have many people out there worried ,not only your parents but the whole country was concern, because i bet there were many people who had and open eye for you and could not hold it in but spread the word. children obey you’re parents even if they might correct you and you do not like it ,that doesn’t mean they don’t love you they care about and loves you.

    • timtim
      January 27, 2015

      Little girls do not behave like this without reason.

    • cj
      January 28, 2015

      In my experience as a Dominican, most Caribbean Island laws including Dominica, do not protect our teenage girls enough. We are so quick to blame this young ladies without having a true sense of what is going on in there homes. So lets not sweep this one under the rug again like we have done so many times in the past, and lets all hope she is being love by her parents the she should be loved. Please, lets give her the benefit. Because, teenagers who run away from home is running away to find a home or something better. That happens to often.

  7. concerned
    January 27, 2015

    That’s the second person that goes missing and is found alive within the space of 2 weeks. What’s the full story DNO? we still haven’t gotten details from the previous story.

  8. Crab
    January 27, 2015

    It well lose eh…trust me

  9. Big jeff
    January 27, 2015

    Cant agree more with dash 7 crew. A sound warning to the youths! Please stay on track. education is key. Every thing else can come after,

  10. mine
    January 27, 2015

    These kids today are nothing easy they think they know it all. Mothers talk to your girls they are too materialistic focus on your eduacation because is the key. I happy that she is safe.

  11. Fromabroad
    January 27, 2015

    I hope she – and her friends too – got the lesson and that sehe doesn’t think it’s cool to be in public with stories like that.
    And I’m glad, that she is unharmed.

  12. The Facts
    January 26, 2015

    Somehow, I had a feeling that she may have ran away from home.
    Young girl where were you? You gave your family a scare, caused them worry and anxiety. You did not telephone them to inform them where you were and that you were OK.
    She must have been at someone’s home. She appeared well and not disheveled.
    She is a teenager? Her parents should take her to the doctor for a medical examination. You know what I mean.

  13. little girl
    January 26, 2015

    Iil girl take your time kool out

  14. Dominican to the bon
    January 26, 2015

    That lost and found thing need to stop. If u know your child “wayward”. Stop wasting police time.

  15. Capricorn
    January 26, 2015

    Them children want to b seen on paper………. But dis aint joke…….. Sumtimes is nt dr fault eh……. Jah guide us youths

  16. dash 7 crew
    January 26, 2015

    Little girls these things are not a joke. Take you all time and grow and stop giving you all parents worries. Boyfriend always there. Focus on all you lesson now so that with a good education all u future will be bright. All you parents responsibility is to provide you all with all you basic needs. Parents love is genuine but the gangster love is just a mere disguise in order to use and abuse all you. Monsters leave people children alone let them enjoy their childhood

    • Envar
      January 26, 2015

      Its a sad thing, but when you take justice into your hands a jury of people you know will still hang you… its a low down dirty shame.

      nonetheless parents should do all in their powers to protect their kids…

    • Anon
      January 27, 2015

      Well jus give readers a hint of what you think or heard happened? Thanks to Jah she is ok, you just gave a generalized cautionary comment but we are eager to know more.

      • No Nonsense
        January 27, 2015

        I think DNO censors that type of thing. If it’s not proven.. most times they’d actually remove it from the comment.

  17. boots
    January 26, 2015

    Those kids taking this for a joke.

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