Trinidad police have issued an urgent appeal for help in finding a missing 14-year-old girl, the sixth teenager to disappear over the past ten days.
Nayasha, of Tamazine Avenue, Malabar, was last seen in the vicinity of the Arima Magistrates' Court, Arima, on February 23.
She was reported missing to the Malabar Police Station, by her mother, Simone Julien, on Monday.
Nayasha is of mixed descent, 5 feet 6 inches tall, slim built and brown in complexion. She was last seen wearing a pair of blue jeans, a purple and white t-shirt and gold coloured shoes.
Also missing are:
* Shakira Williams, 19, of Blitz Village Pleasantville who has not been seen since Carnival Sunday.
* Sherry Ann Rowe, 12, who was last seen leaving her mother's home in Point Fortin, last Friday, on her way to Gonzales, Belmont.
* Cameron Williams, 16, was last seen by his mother, Michelle Lambert, last Wednesday morning leaving their home at Ponderosa Crescent, D'Abadie.
Williams was said to be on his way to Arima to get a hair cut but failed to return home.
Cameron is of African descent, 5 feet 8 inches tall, brown complexion and a tattoo on his left arm. He was last seen wearing a dark coloured t-shirt and a pair of blue jeans.
* Aliyah Addie, 13, of Charles Street, Gasparillo, was reported missing at the Gasparillo Police Station on Friday March 3 by her mother, Althea Addie.
She was last seen by her mother on the same day at their Gasparillo home.
Aliyah is of mixed descent, brown complexion, 5 feet 4 inches tall, stockily built. She was last seen wearing a pair of multi-coloured tights and a red and black jersey.
* Tamika Ramgoolam, 16, of Farm Road, St Joseph, was reported missing at the Chaguanas Police Station on Saturday March 4 at 5.30 p.m. by her aunt, Melina Guy.
She was last seen leaving her aunt's home at John Peter Road, Charlieville, around 4.30 p.m. on Monday February 27. Tamika is of Indian descent, 5 feet 6 inches tall, slim built with shoulder length black hair and last known to be wearing a peach coloured dress.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the teenagers is asked to call 800-TIPS or contact the police at 555, 999, 911 or any police station.