Juliet Collins, of 235 Non Pareil, East Coast Demerara, is now seeking the assistance of the public to secure the return of her daughter.
The distraught mother, who visited Kaieteur News yesterday, said she had last seen her 15-year-old daughter, Shelly Haniff, on May 18.
According to Collins, about 19:00hrs on the day that Haniff disappeared, she saw her in the yard. At the time she appeared to be making her way upstairs after having a bath.
This was the last time she saw her daughter.
The woman said that she was positive her daughter did not have a boyfriend.
However, she has made reports to several police stations and has been searching everyday but to no avail.
The woman, almost in tears, said that she loves her daughter and is pleading with her to return home. Ms Collins pointed out that prior to her daughter’s disappearance, they did not have any dispute.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of 15-year-old Shelly Haniff, is asked to call 671-8789, 661-2232 or the nearest police station.
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