BELIZE CITY, Tues. Apr. 11, 2017–As we go to press tonight, there is no indication that three people, including a disabled woman, reported missing earlier this week, have returned home.
In one case, Jennifer Cowo, 14, a student of Trial Farm, Orange Walk District, left home for school at about 6:30 on Monday morning, but her family is worried because they have not seen or heard from her since.
Gloria Hernandez, Jennifer’s mother, describes her as having a fair complexion and being slim built, with long, straight hair, and dark brown eyes. The girl, who stands about 5 feet tall and weighs about 120 pounds, left home wearing a pink sleeveless blouse, a pair of blue jeans long pants, and a black pair of slippers.
Another girl with the name Jennifer has been reported missing. She is Jennifer Gomez, 19, a student of Neal Pen Road, Belize City.
Police said that she has been missing for 18 days, since Friday, March, 24, and her distressed mother and family are pleading for her safe return home.
Angela Gomez, Jennifer’s mom, said that she last saw her daughter at about 8:00 that Friday night, March 24, when she left home on an outing, and since then she has not established contact.
Jennifer Gomez is of Hispanic descent, fair-skinned, and full-bodied, with long, black, straight hair and thick eyebrows. She is about 5 feet tall and weighs about 150 pounds.
Authorities say that Jennifer, an adult child with disabilities, was last seen wearing a gray short-sleeved blouse with a pink heart on it, a short gray skirt with white polka dots, and a pair of blue rubber slippers. She was also carrying a pink knapsack.
In the third missing person case, Orlando Sedacey, 27, of the Another World area in Roaring Creek, Cayo District, was reported missing from home since 6:00 Saturday evening. His worried mom said that since he left home, he has not contacted his family.
Sedacey has a dark brown complexion, stands about 5′ 9″ tall and is slim built. He has a low haircut.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of these missing persons is asked to kindly contact the nearest police station or call 0-800-922-TIPS.