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Teen Girls Remain Missing In Lawrence Tavern, St. Andrew

Two teenage girls have been reported missing in the Lawrence Tavern, St. Andrew. While both teenagers are from different communities, their absence has since become controversial as it draws suspicion. According to local news, both girls have been reported missing since Saturday, May 7, and have remained so even now.

In response to their absence, an “Ananda Alert” was immediately activated to facilitate the search for them. Both girls, Talitha Montgomery, a 16-year-old Mount Olive District student, and Shaniel Michell, a 16-year-old SCorner student, are residents of St. Andrew, but as stated by local news, they are from separate neighborhoods.

To further facilitate their return, a description was put out claiming that Talitha has a dark complexion and is around 157 centimeters (5 feet 2 inches) tall, whereas Shaniel has a brown complexion and is about 157 centimeters (5 feet 2 inches) tall.

Neighborhood efforts have proven unfruitful as both teen girls remain missing. While Talitha was last seen at home at 5 p.m., wearing a blue shirt, black trousers, and black slippers, according to Lawrence Tavern police, Shaneil was last seen in her neighborhood wearing a black sweater, black leggings, and pink Crocs, according to authorities.

Unfortunately, the Police had informed citizens of their inability to get the “119 emergency line” working. “We are working with the service provider to resolve the matter as quickly as possible and ask for patience while we strive to fully restore service,” police said in a statement.

However, the police proceeded to provide an alternative line, which would prove useful if information about both teenage girls came to light.
“In the case that persons encounter difficulties, they may call 876-927-7778,” police added.

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