Appeal for nationwide search for missing women

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A relative of one of two women who have been missing has appealed for residents to join in a ‘national search day’ in order to locate them.
Twenty-six-year-old Vincia James of New Winthorpes has not been seen since last Friday, while the whereabouts of 21-year-old Osuide Simpson from Bathlodge has been unaccounted for since April 3.
“I am pleading with the public,” an emotional member of James’s family said on The Voice of the People, yesterday. “I don’t know if there’s a possibility of having a national search day to find these young ladies.
“I know most of us might be going along our day not connected to what’s happening but if they could just stop and look in an abandoned house, look in the bush, under a rock or something.”
 Search parties consisting of the police, family members and friends have been mounted daily in the hope of finding the New Winthorpes resident, but the efforts have not yielded any results.
James was last seen leaving her workplace, Dixie Betting Company at around 1:10 pm on April 7. She was dressed in a long blue jeans and an orange top.
Her family is offering a $2,500 reward for any information that may help to locate her.
Meantime Simpson’s mother said she last spoke to her daughter at Bevon House — a half-way home — last week Monday. She said she later received a call before dawn on Tuesday, indicating that her daughter was missing from the half-way home.
The staff made a report to the police after they found a letter saying that Simpson did not wish to live there anymore.
Her mother believes that she may have wandered off and fallen unconscious in the Villa area.
The police are asking residents to call the nearest station if they have information about the whereabouts of James or Simpson.

Vincia James

A search is also on the way for 21-year-old Osuide Simpson

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