A brother and a sister from Panton Lane in Old Harbour have been reported missing since Monday and the Police are seeking the help of the public to find them. Missing are 13 year old Rohana ‘Princess’ Bryan and her little brother, 9-year-old Rohan ‘Prince’ Bryan who did not return home after they visited the town centre to purchase a cake a day after the little girl’s birthday.
According to the Police reports, the children left home at approximately 11 am and have not been seen since then. The founder of the “Hear the Children’s Cry” organization, Betty-Anne Blaine who spoke to the Jamaica Star about the situation, the matter brings much fright and as such she is requesting for the earnest union of the country’s law enforcement agencies and the community residents to search for the children.
The incident, according to Blaine, needs a mass mobilisation just like what took place in St. Thomas to find the two girls that were abducted. As such, she hopes more effort is placed in finding the children since the situation is different as based on what she knows when things like these happen, it is usually when the kids go off to another parent.
Rohan is described as medium built, with a dark complexion and stands at 3 feet 7 inches tall with his hair in a cornrow, while his sister Rohana is reported to be slim built and of dark complexion, standing at 4 feet 11 inches.
Rohan was last seen wearing grey shorts with white stripes and a green and blue shirt while his sister Rohana was described to be dressed in full lime green, wearing a blouse, tights and sneakers with the colour.
Anyone with information that might lead to the whereabouts of the children is being asked to contact the 119 emergency Police line or reach out to 876-943-7799 at the Old Harbour Police Station.