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Sep 12, 2019

No Word From Missing Teenager in Belmopan

According to Assistant Commissioner of Police Joseph Myvett, an official report was filed with Belmopan police on September eleventh.  Choc’s cell phone was reportedly left with a friend and all other attempts to contact her have been unsuccessful.

 

ACP Joseph Myvett, Head, NCIB

“On Monday, police received a report from Elvira Choc who reported that on Saturday her nineteen-year-old daughter Adamir Choc left her residence in San Martin area, Belmopan to socialize and since then she has not returned home.  What the police gathered so far is that the missing person visited several nightclubs in Belmopan and was last seen at a nightclub in the Las Flores area sometime around three a.m. on Saturday morning where it was reported that she was picked up by someone in a grey in color vehicle.  From since then, her whereabouts are unknown.  Police are investigating this matter.”

 

Reporter

“You guys have not been able to track down that vehicle?”

 

ACP Joseph Myvett

ACP Joseph Myvett

“No, not so far.  We have not.”

 

Reporter

“And do you, at this point, are you guys concerned that maybe something bad might have happened to her?”

 

ACP Joseph Myvett

“Well we are exploring all those possibilities.  We know that her cell phone was left behind with one of those persons whom she was socializing with, so hence that may have been one of the reasons why she had not communicated with her mother during the time.  However, as I mentioned, we are looking at all angles in relation to this investigation.”


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