Search Continues For Missing Girl

The guidance of a missing child in the Blackie Island area of Gardnerville Iron Factory, Mrs. Hawa Kemoh has raised an alarm relative to the whereabouts of her little girl.    Mrs. Kemoh told the INQUIRER in tears recently that little Ma Zoe Beatrice Kemoh got missing on January 9, 2013 and has not been seen following series of search which took the family to the Liberia National Police (LNP) Zone Four and Depot Two.

Mrs. Kemoh said every effort aimed at finding Ma Zoe proved futile. She is therefore appealing to the people in the Gardnerville Iron Factory or New Georgia Market area who may come across little Ma Zoe, the missing girl to take her to the Zone Four Police Station. The guidance of the missing child said following a prolonged period of search for the missing girl she was told by some Church and prayer people that it is someone who knows her that is keeping the little girl.

The missing girl, Ma Zoe Beatrice Kemoh is nine years and was residing with Mrs. Hawa Kemoh in the Iron Factory Blackie Island area. Ma Zoe got missing when she went to fetch water after school. It was also reported that she went with some friends to the New Georgia Market and her way back she got missing.

She is light skin, about three feet, five inches tall and a member of the Gola tribe who only speaks English. She was last seen with a light blue T-shirt, blue pair of short trousers and a blue pair of slippers.

The Liberia National Police (LNP) Zone Four and Depot Two have been informed of the missing girl’s issue and the family has been looking to find her since January 10, 2013 without any help in sight.

Anyone who sees this missing girl (Ma Zoe Beatrice Kemoh) should take her to the LNP Zone Four at the LPRC Junction in Gardnerville and call 0886746110 or 077957496.