A 13-year-old St. John boy and student of the St. George Secondary School has gone missing and police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating him.
Shacqan Billingy of Clifton Hall, reportedly left the home of his grandmother, Zilpha James of the same address around 5p.m. on Monday, July 8 and has not returned home.
Billingy is about 5’11” tall, of slim build, brown complexion, with big ears, a small pointed nose, and low hair cut, with liver spots in his face.
He frequents Clifton Hall and Gall Hill St. John and attends a camp at St. George Secondary School. When he left home, he was wearing a blue T-shirt with a yellow stripe on each sleeve and a trident on the front, grey jeans pants and grey American Eagle shoes.
Anyone with information relative to the whereabouts of Shacquan Billingy is asked to contact District “C” Police Station at 416-8200/8201, Operations Control at 430-7100, via the Emergency number 211, or the nearest Police Station. (LB)
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