(CMR) An 11-year-old East End child has been missing for an entire week it was disclosed late this afternoon. Since this report several persons have sighted her during the week.
In release police said that they received a report this afternoon that an 11-year-old girl has been missing from home since last Friday.
11-year-old Azaria Jackson who has been missing for exactly one week, was last on February 9 leaving for sports day at the Annex Playfield in George Town.
Azaria was said to be wearing a Cimboco blue T-shirt and black PE shorts.
She is described as being about 5’ tall, with light complexion and brownish hair about shoulder-length long, usually pulled back into a pony tail.
Azaria is known to spend time in Windsor Park as well as East End.
Police have been making checks in these areas and ask that anyone with any information regarding her whereabouts of this girl to please call the Bodden Town Police Station.
Cayman Marl Road has receive multiple reports that the child has been seen throughout the week but apparently no one was aware that she was missing. Several persons saw her on Wednesday at the annual agriculture show and she was also sighted on Tuesday at the Humane Society.
We have encouraged eyewitnesses to contact the RCIPS with the details of their sightings.
Cayman Marl Road received these exclusive photos which were taken last year at her Sports Day
11-year-old Azaria Jackson was found safe on Saturday, according to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.
In a release moments ago, the RCIPS confirmed that the whereabouts of the 11-year-old girl reported missing and noted that she is “in good health”.
Jackson, who has been missing for exactly one week, was last seen on February 9 leaving for sports day at the Annex Playfield in George Town.
The RCIPS used the opportunity to thank the media and public for their assistance in locating the child.
NOTE: Several teachers have confirmed Sports Day was actually February 2nd.