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Aug 8, 2014

Father of Missing Teen Makes Desperate Plea for Her Safe Return

Jada Avilez

A Belize City father is desperately looking for his missing fourteen year old daughter. Raymond Avilez says that Jada left home on Wednesday morning and has not been seen or heard from since. It is not the first time that she has left home, but her father is concerned because it is the longest that she’s been away without contacting them. Despite making a report to police, Avilez has been searching the city for Jada and found out that she was last seen on Mahogany Street. Today, an emotional Avilez gave an interview in an effort to reach out for assistance from the public in locating his daughter.


Raymond Avilez, Father of Missing Girl

“My daughter went missing day before yesterday morning, that’s Wednesday. I send she out fi gone buy some powder because I mi di do some cooking. And fifteen minutes passed and ih noh come back; and I send she dah di chiney. So I gone look for ahn and when I hear about ih whereabouts, I hear ih catch the ten o’clock bus cause ih left from my house nine-fifteen. My mother-in-law tell me that ih see Jada with wah bag pan ih back with ih hear rample up and ih say I send ahn somewhere, which in I noh send ahn nowhere. I only send ahn fi gone buy dah the chiney, the powder fi cook the food. From then ih noh come home, up to tonight; up to today ih noh come home.  The same day ih missing, the same day I make the report because dehn say you noh have to make the report in twenty-four hours; yo could do it right away so I did it in four hours time. Ih still noh show up to this morning, up to this afternoon.”


Duane Moody

“What do you believe could have happened to her?”


Raymond Avilez

Raymond Avilez

“Well I noh want nothing happen to ahn. All weh I do I frustrated right now breddrin. I need my pikney, I need my daughter.”


Duane Moody

“This is the first time…”


Raymond Avilez

“This is the second time. Whosoever have my pikney, make dehn please bring my pikney mein because to every action, dah wah reaction. And I can’t take weh happen to the last young lady; I can’t take it. nobody noh wah do anything to my pikney and get away with it star. Whosoever got my pikney, just bring my pikney; just release my daughter fi me.”


If anyone knows the whereabouts or has seen Jada, please contact the nearest police station or her father at 661-0906 or her mother at 623-9783. 

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