General — 06 December 2013 — by Albert J. Ciego

The management and staff of the King’s Children Home of Unity Boulevard, Belmopan, are very worried because a girl who lives at the home has been missing since 9:45 Sunday morning.

Irene Buddan, a cook at King’s Children Home, reported that about 9:45 Sunday morning, Romelia Limas, 16, left the home with another young girl to attend church at the George Price Center.

About 1:00 that same Sunday afternoon, the young girl who had accompanied Limas returned to the home alone, and said that after the church service concluded, checks were made in the bathroom and in the church and surrounding area, but Romelia was nowhere to be seen.

Up to the time the report was made, Romelia still had not returned to the home, and her whereabouts remain unknown.

Romelia is described as being of Mestizo descent, with long, black hair, brown eyes, and a fair complexion. She is about 4 feet tall and weighs about 80 lbs, and was last seen wearing a blue and purple floral dress, and black and purple slippers.

Anyone who knows the whereabouts of, or has seen Romelia Limas, or has information that could lead to her recovery, is urged to contact the nearest police station, or 0800 – 922- TIPS.

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