15-y-o missing, family seeking public’s help in finding her

Missing: Milesha Gorakh

A 15-year-old school girl went missing during a family outing to Princess Fun City located in Providence, East Bank Demerara on Sunday afternoon and her family is pleading with the public for assistance in finding her.

Missing is Milesha Gorakh of Diamond Housing Scheme, East Bank Demerara.

Speaking to INews on Monday afternoon, the teen’s worried mother explained that Gorakh left her family to utilize the gaming entity’s washroom at around 16:45hrs on Sunday.

However, the woman said that after some time had passed, another female relative went to the washroom area to check for the young girl, but she was nowhere to be found.

INews was told that the 15-year-old did not have a cell phone in her possession at the time that she went missing, and as such, her family has been unable to make contact with her.

Further, it was related that since the teen’s disappearance, a specific number has been contacting the family continuously, but no one is responding when the call is answered.

As such, the police were informed and are reportedly investigating.

Gorakh was last seen wearing a pink top and a pair of light blue jeans.

Her family can be contacted on 592-604-7304 or 592-600-0309.

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Missing 15 year old found

 
The teen that went missing on Sunday last following an outing to Princess Fun City with her family has been found.
Found: Milesha Gorakh

This is according to a relative of 15-year-old Milesha Gorakh, who explained to INews that Gorakh was picked up along Camp Street, Georgetown by her parents sometime around midday today (Tuesday).

INews understands that Gorakh’s family received a text message from a number unknown to them earlier today, informing them of where they should meet the teen.

While details regarding the circumstances in which the young girl was found remains sketchy, this online publication was informed that Gorakh is presently being questioned by ranks attached to the Brickdam Police Station to ascertain whether she was kidnapped.

Nevertheless, the school girl’s family has since expressed gratitude to the general public and members of the Guyana Police Force for their efforts in leading to Gorakh’s return.

This publication had reported that the teen of Diamond Housing Scheme, East Bank Demerara, left her family to utilise the washroom at the Princess facility at around 16:45hrs on Sunday.

However, according to the child’s mother, after sometime had passed, another female relative went to the washroom area to check for the young girl, but she was nowhere to be found.

INews was told that the 15-year-old did not have a cell phone in her possession at the time that she went missing, and as such, her family could not make contact with her.

Further, it was related that since the teen’s disappearance, a specific number had been contacting the family continuously, but no one was responding when the call is answered.

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