Guyanese woman goes missing in Brooklyn

Guyanese woman goes missing in Brooklyn

The relatives of 27-year-old Guyanese, Chinelle Latoya Browne, are pleading with members of the public in New York and Guyana to make contact with them if they have any information about the whereabouts of the young woman.

Browne who lives at 346 Sumpter Street, Brooklyn New York was last seen by roommates on Saturday when she left the house. She has not been seen or heard from since then and has not reported for her job.

Investigators from the New York Police Department have been called in, but have told family members that additional time is required before the case officially becomes a missing persons case. The landlord for the house where she lived, told relatives that the young woman was spotted at the building on Monday morning. However, relatives said no one else has corroborated that sighting and the landlord’s story cannot be verified.

The woman’s sister, Deborah Thompson told News Source that the family recently dealt with the death of their father and so for her younger sister to go missing now is devastating.

She said her sister is not the type to stay away from her home and job for long periods or without checking in with family members or friends. The family is praying for Chinelle Brown’s safe return, though they fear that something may have gone wrong.

Anyone knowing the whereabouts of CHINELLE LATOYA BROWNE is being asked to contact telephone numbers 908-269-8806, 646-915-6684,718-664-4452 in New York and  in Guyana they can call 592- 218-1393, 592-655-0056,592-676-1429 or 592-660-7097.

The 27-year-old woman is 5 feet, 7 inches in height and has a tattoo on her right arm with the word “CHINELLE.

She has a second tattoo on her right leg with the word Angel. Family members say they will continue to pray.


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