SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) – The two teenage girls Krisann Blackstock and Kayla Watson who were reported missing on May 13th by their mothers have been located, police announced on Tuesday.
These two teens reported to school on Tuesday May 14th after they learnt that the authorities were searching for them via Social Media. The girls were found to be in good health and were expected to report to the Juvenile and Morals Department to handle this matter the same day.
Krissann and Kayla were not missing but ran away from home prior to the ending of Carnival 2019 and have been seen hanging out at various locations on the island. They have been sleeping in abandoned buildings and mainly in the area of Sandy Ground, Marigot and Dutch Quarter.
The Police Department is taking this opportunity to thank the community for the cooperation assistance they have given to the department to locate the two teenage girls.
ARCHIVE – MONDAY – SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) – The mothers of two teenage girls filed a report with the Juvenile and Morals Department of KPSM (Sint Maarten Police Force) regarding their missing teenage daughters, police said on Monday evening in a statement.
According to the reports these two young girls went missing since Sunday May 5th, 2019 and have not yet returned home or contacted the parents.
The names of these two young girls are Krisann BLACKSTOCK, 20th of December 2003 in Jamaica and lives in Cay bay on Aaron Jacob drive. She is together with another 13-year-old girl by the name of Kayla WATSON who ran away and went missing on February 28th of 2019. Neither parent knows what the girls were wearing at what time the left home.
Mother of Krisann BLACKSTOCK is Mackeda SHAW, tel. nr. 527-8812
Mother of Kayla WATSON is Carol WATSON, tel. nr. 5261059 / 5541525
These young girls have not reported to school and their whereabouts is unknown.
Kayla is a student in the 6th grade of Lionel Corner School and Krisann is a student Sint Maarten Academy PSVE.
Anyone who have seen these two young girls or have any information that can help their parents and the Police Department located these two girls should immediately contact the Police Department by calling 54-22222 ext. 501 or 502. (Sint Maarten Police Force)
MISSING: Kayla Watson