Mother pleas for missing daughter to return home
The prevalence of crime in the country, particularly in Belize City has caused many to panic whenever a booming sound is heard in neighborhoods. But it is not the noise, but the lack of sound in her home that made Alice Williams panic. Williams has a daughter that just graduated from Pallotti High School on Sunday. But after ten a.m. on Wednesday morning, the teen disappeared. Williams brought a picture of her daughter to our studios today and is pleading with the public to give her any news that her daughter is safe.
“When was the last time you saw your daughter?”
Alice Williams, Mother Neisa Pipersburgh
“The last time saw Neisa, it was about ten in the morning, when I left out to go to work and she was at home taking care of her two poodles. And I asked her if she was going anywhere and she said no. I returned home at one-thirty, to find the back door jus shub in. it wasn’t shut and the entire house, the windows was opened and I thought that was kinda strange; but upon seeing that I thought that she just went up the street to one of her friends and around four o’clock I got up because I went to sleep when I got home and when I got up I called her phone and she didn’t answer; because I was going to pick up my grandson and when I pick up my grandson and I went to the school where I volunteer in the evening ; I called her phone again and she didn’t answer. So, I had to keep my grandson there with me ; and then when I was going home my daughter called and my daughter said ‘ Ma everybody di try get in touch with Neisa and Neisa nuh di ansa and I found that kinda strange. So, all her friends came over yesterday and last night and they were trying to get in touch with her and no response from her phone. The phone just ring off the hook.”
“When it comes to personal items or anything missing from inside the home?”
“Only thing she took with her was a little purse, a small little purse, and in that she have some little pocket book, some I.D, I think that her passport is in there and her cell phone and a few pennies.”
Williams told News Five late this afternoon that police did briefly detain and question a suspect but did not arrest or charge him with any wrong doing. If you have any knowledge of the whereabouts of the teen please call Williams at 605-3189.