Two teenage girls reported missing | THE DAILY HERALD

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Krisann Blackstock

PHILIPSBURG–The mothers of two teenage girls filed a report with the Juvenile and Morals Department of the Police Force on Monday regarding their missing teenage daughters. The parents said these two girls went missing on Sunday, May 5, and have not yet returned home or contacted the parents.

“The names of these two young girls are Krisann Blackstock, who lives in Cay Bay on Aaron Jacob Drive. She is together with another 13-year-old girl Kayla Watson who ran away and went missing on April 28. Neither parent knows what the girls were wearing at the time they left home,” according to police. Kayla Watson <img src=”https://www.thedailyherald.sx/images/stories/2019/05May2019/28no299/page3b299.jpg” alt=”” width=”114″ height=”152″ />

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Krisann’s mother can be reached at tel. 527-8812 and of Kayla’s mother can be reached at tel. 526-1059/554-1525. These girls have not reported to school and their whereabouts are unknown.

Kayla is a student in the 6th grade of Leonald Conner School and Krisann is a student of St. Maarten Academy PSVE.

Anyone who has seen these two girls or who has any information that can help their parents and the police to locate them, should immediately contact the police by calling 542-2222 ext. 501/502.

Source: The Daily Herald https://www.thedailyherald.sx/islands/87477-two-teenage-girls-reported-missing

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