Missing boy – Tarel Adams

The Police are seeking the assistance of the public in locating a missing boy. Missing is Tarel Taronta Adams, 11 years, of Station Hill, St. Peter.

He left home about 4.30 pm on Sunday April 10, 2016 and was last seen walking along the Speightstown-By-Pass Road about 7.00 pm on the same date going towards Road View, St. Peter and has not been seen since.

He left home about 4.30 pm on Sunday April 10, 2016 and was last seen walking along the Speightstown-By-Pass Road about 7.00 pm on the same date going towards Road View, St. Peter and has not been seen since.

At the time he was wearing a purple tee shirt with a design to the front, a blue and white short pants and grey slippers.
Description

Tarel is about 4’6″ in height, slim build, and of dark complexion. He has black low hair, and has ‘fine’ features.

Anyone with information relative to the whereabouts of Tarel Taronta Adams is asked Emergency number 211, or the nearest Police Station. .

  • David Welch – ASP (Ag);

Public Relations Officer

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  1. The 11-year-old boy from St Peter who was reported missing yesterday was on a mission to find his father.

    The boy’s mother Kimberly Adams explained her son Tarel Taronta Adams ran away from home for the second time in three days in a desperate search for his dad whom he has not seen since January.

    The student, who is preparing to sit the 11 Plus exam in a matter of weeks, was planning to walk all the way to St Michael to try to find his dad, even though he did not know his father’s address.

    Adams and the boy’s father ended their relationship before Tarel was born and she explained that the last time the boy saw his father the child was on his way to school.

    She said he got off the bus and went to his dad, who promised to spend some time with the child, but never did.

    Adams said she sought to put her children’s needs first, but she was not always the perfect mother. She nevertheless resolved to do all that was possible to resolve the boy’s issues.

    Stressing that she did not want other children to experience what her son was going through, Adams pleaded with fathers to maintain a relationship with their children, despite the status of the relationship with the mothers.

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