Police have launched a search for missing hairdresser Vidya Tambie who was last seen on High Street, San Fernando, on Tuesday.
Tambie, 20, of Cipero Street, San Fernando, works at Indra’s Beauty Salon, Southern Main Road, Marabella.
Her uncle Ramesh Tambie said she left work around 4 pm and took a taxi to San Fernando. He said someone saw her at Lord Street, San Fernando, where she usually gets to get a taxi to go home. However, she never made it home.
Her boyfriend Rajesh Ramkissoon, a police officer, said he started dating Tambie in January and they were happy together.
He said Tambie’s grandmother and other relatives approved of their relationship even though he had a four-year-old son and was separated from his ex-wife for two years.
He said Tambie was easily stressed and usually she would go to the back of her grandmother’s home in an abandoned cane-field to clear her mind.
He said police had reviewed all the CCTV footage and her cellular phone records. She was last seen on CCTV footage speaking to someone outside Indra’s Beauty Salon at High Street. Ramkissoon said he did not believe that Tambie ran off somewhere. Since her disappearance, villagers, family and friends have been searching the Golconda region for her.
“We are very worried and anyone with information on her can contact her uncle Ramesh Tambie at 316-9520. Sgt Santana and WPC Rajkumar of the Ste Madeleine Police Station, are continuing investigations.
Meanwhile, police are continuing the search for missing 12-year-old Hailey Kinsale. Investigators received information that she was spotted at Marabella and a search team went out to find her.
Kinsale was last seen playing at a basketball court near her Roy Joseph Street, San Fernando home. Police checked Kinsale’s laptop and found information that she was communicating with an older man via Facebook. The man, police believe is linked to her disappearance.
Police suspect the man may have abducted the girl the night she reportedly went missing. Kinsale, a standard-five student of the Marabella Anglican Primary School has been missing since last week Thursday.
Source: www.guardian.co.tt (Radhica Sookraj)