Editorial Staff
4 weeks ago

Editorial Staff
4 weeks ago

Immigration continues to appeal for assistance in capturing female escapees

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By Zaya Williams


For nearly a week, two Jamaican women have successfully eluded immigration and police officers, prompting authorities to issue another appeal for public assistance in locating them.

The escapees, Donnalee Samantha Salmon and Tiffanie Stephanie Howell, evaded custody after absconding from the department’s Detention Center on Saturday, January 20, 2024.

The two detainees, a student and a hairdresser, reportedly made a good escape from the centre by breaking the glass of the bathroom window.

Salmon, 23 years old, possesses a dark complexion, stands approximately 5 ft. 6 inches tall, with a slim build, weighing around 125 lbs.

On the other hand, Howell, 30 years old, boasts a fair complexion, stands about 5 ft. 6 inches tall, has a slim physique, and weighs approximately 135 lbs.

The reports claim that both of them, were in Antigua after their trip had been sponsored by a Trinidad and Tobago national who holds an Antigua and Barbuda passport.

Authorities caution residents against aiding or sheltering the fugitives and encourage anyone with information about their whereabouts to contact the Immigration Enforcement Unit at 764-3240 or 562-5394. Alternatively, individuals can report to the nearest Police Station.


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