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UPDATE: Spanish Town woman also reported missing in abduction case
2012-08-30 17:22:30 | with audio | (0 Comments)
The police have released a statement indicating that a woman has also been reported missing in the case of abduction they are now probing involving Barrington Davis, the deputy chief of security of the Jamaica Post.
Barrington Davis who has been reported missing - Contributed
The police have identified the missing woman as 53-year-old Patricia Lurmot-Barnswell of Marine Park in Portmore, St Catherine.
She is of slim build, dark complexion and about 163 centimetres (5 feet 4 inches) tall.
Davis, 44, is of St. John’s Heights in Spanish Town, St. Catherine and is of dark complexion, medium build and about 178 centimetres (5 feet 10 inches) tall.
The police say the two were last seen together at St John’s Heights in Spanish Town, St. Catherine, about 9:05 p.m., and have not been seen or heard from since.
When last seen, Davis was dressed in a blue striped shirt, blue jeans pants and black shoes.
Lurmot-Barnswell was dressed in a yellow and brown dress and black slippers.
Davis’ family is appealing for anyone who knows of his whereabouts to help.
His daughter, Melissa Davis says the security company which mans her father’s property informed her that something might be wrong after a panic alarm went off.
She says calls to his phone have gone unanswered and Barrington has not been heard from since.
Melissa’s boyfriend, Randy Goldson says Mr Davis lives in Kingston and had gone to check on his Spanish Town property.
He says the house was ransacked and there were signs of forced entry.
The car that he was driving was also missing.
CALL THE POLICE
Spanish Town Police: 984-2305
Emergency number: 119
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Melissa Davis, the daughter of Barrington Davis, the missing deputy chief of security of the Jamaica Post
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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