A second child gas gone missing in Bath, St Thomas, and reports are suggesting that it could be another case of abduction, with even indications that the same individual who abducted nine-year-old Phylisa Prussia on Thursday, may be at work again.
This has led to further public outrage especially in the parish, and another massive police-led search there.
Information on the ground is that while the police and other law enforcement personnel, along with concerned residents, were in the parish searching for Phylisa on Saturday afternoon, they received a call about another girl had gone missing from Bath district, where Phylisa also went missing.
Phylisa was found alive in Arcadia on Saturday afternoon.
Now missing is 13-year-old Winshae Barrett of Rhyne Road in Bath, St Thomas.
She is of dark complexion, stout build and is about 167centimetres (five feet six inches) tall.
Reports from the Bath police are that Winshae was last at home at about 3:30 pm wearing a blue pullover, a blue skirt and a pair of black slippers.
She has not been heard from since.
Indications are that two sisters, including Winshae, were feed pigs when suddenly Winshae disappear and it is believed that she was abducted by the same man.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Winshae Barrett is asked to contact the Bath police at (876) 703-4021, the police 119 emergency number, or the nearest police station.