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Search for Nickera Smith expands outside of the territory

Police have engaged law enforcers in the neighbouring territories as their search for 22-year-old Nickera Smith enters its second week. Photo: RVIPF
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Police have engaged law enforcers in the neighbouring territories as their search for 22-year-old Nickera Smith enters its second week.

RVIPF Detectives, within days of her disappearance, reached out to neighbouring territories in an effort to establish whether she may have traveled off island. This line of inquiry continues.

Late last week, parents of the 22-year-old made a special appeal hoping that someone will come forward with information about the whereabouts of their daughter. “We are praying for Nickera’s safe return and we appeal to anyone with information about where she might be to come forward. No information is unimportant. We need your help,” Verna Smith, mother of Nickera, said.

Several persons were interviewed and just as many lines of inquiry were followed in relation to her disappearance. All the legal ports of entry were also checked.

Before she went missing, Nickera Smith resided with her parents and was employed with Colonial Insurance BVI. She was last seen on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 around 8pm when she left her home. She was at the time wearing a black/grey jacket, stone-washed three-quarter length pants and sneakers.

Persons who have any information regarding the whereabouts of Nickera Smith are asked to contact the Criminal Investigation Department via the RVIPF three-digit access number 311 or the Intelligence Unit at 284-368-9339.

Persons who have information but wish to remain anonymous can call the Miami-based Crimestopper hotline number 800-8477.

6 Responses to “Search for Nickera Smith expands outside of the territory”

  • Liat 521 (10/02/2016, 15:01) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Oh no come home child
  • Serpico (10/02/2016, 15:08) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
    This should have been done from the get go but Hmmm. time will tell
    • Read please (10/02/2016, 16:20) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
      Only readers should go online. It says:
      RVIPF Detectives, within days of her disappearance, reached out to neighbouring territories in an effort to establish whether she may have traveled off island. This line of inquiry continues.
  • Operatort (10/02/2016, 19:47) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    Did anyone check if her Cell Phone was used since she disappeared? All companies can provide this. Did she have a credit card/ checkbook? Anybody checked the bank? This is so very sad. My heart goes out to the family
    • Lets pray (11/02/2016, 00:41) Like (9) Dislike (0) Reply
      Father God i come to you calling your name.u said ask and it will be given seek and we shall find
      I pray God if any one knows any thing that you Father God will cause them to have sleep less night and cause them to come forward amen. God you see and knows every thing. LORD PLEASE HELP THIS FAMAILY UNITE WITH THEIR DAUGHTER AMEN
      OH GOD MAKE HASE TO HELP.AMEN
      WE GIVE YOU THANK FATHER GOD
      WE BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF PRAYER. AMEN
      ALLEUIA
  • Hmmm (11/02/2016, 16:30) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Young lady!! Please where ever you are let someone know!! Please I am sure your parents are so worried.


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