Police stumped in Kerran Baker case

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     Kerran Baker’s mother and father literally
    begged on Thursday for anyone with information as to their missing daughter’s
    whereabouts to come forward.

     The 25-year-old nurse was last seen on
    Saturday around 7pm at the Foster’s Food Fair. Her white Honda Civic was
    recovered less than two days later in the Pedro St. James castle area with
    doors locked and the keys tossed into a nearby bush.  

    Sandra Anthony said the last time she heard
    from Kerran was around 5pm Saturday when her daughter phoned to tell her she
    had wired some money to Jamaica.  

    “That’s my child, someone tell me
    something, give me closure on this,” Ms Anthony said with tears in her eyes
    during a press conference at Royal Cayman Islands Police headquarters Thursday.
    “I need her, I need her. Please, I’m pleading I’m begging, oh God.”  

    Wilmot Anthony, who lived in Cayman between
    1999 and last year, asked anyone with information about Kerran’s location to
    call him directly if they were not willing to go to the police.  

    “Almost 95 per cent of the people on this
    Island know me,” Mr. Anthony said. “Say something to me, make me feel good. We
    cannot sleep, we cannot eat. 

    “I’m bracing myself for the worst.”  

    Royal Cayman Islands Police had little
    comfort to offer Kerran’s family on Thursday. Chief Superintendent John Jones
    said police were still largely at a loss to determine where she might be. He
    said police officers were out along the south coast of Grand Cayman searching
    the water with dive teams and patrol boats.  

    “Anybody that’s a parent should know what
    they’re going through and I hope that, if people do have information that they
    do come forward,” Mr. Jones said.  

    Please see the full story in Friday’s
    Caymanian Compass…. 

    Kerran Baker

    Wilmot and Sandra Anthony plead for information about their missing daughter Kerran Baker.
    Brent Fuller
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    4 COMMENTS

    1. I’m so sad for these ppl. I hope she is found dead or alive so they can have closure. It would be harder to live not knowing what happened to her. Nobody just vanishes in to thin air someone knows something please come forward…

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    2. Does anyone agree with me that this case should have been upgraded to a abduction/homicide case the moment these keys/blood spots was discovered, if not sooner ?

      Beachbum can run up his ten all he wants about police procedure but we know the Caribbean and we know Cayman.

      So now, is this all the crime investigator has to say;

      Royal Cayman Islands Police had little comfort to offer Kerran’s family on Thursday. Chief Superintendent John Jones said police were still largely at a loss to determine where she might be. He said police officers were out along the south coast of Grand Cayman searching the water with dive teams and patrol boats.

      Please, tell us something that we don’t already know..

      And call in the Jamaican police/military and British military experts to handle this case…

      This is obviously beyond your capabilities !

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    3. The people of the Cayman Islands are being short circuited on every turn. There is absolutely no rest for the wicked nor the righteous. I listened to Jon Jones of RCIP and judging him just by the poor diction he used in addressing the issue of this missing person I decided that we are in for some real trouble if we dupe ourselves to believe things are going to get better under this incompetent and uneducated umbrella called the RCIP. Just because he’s from the UK does not mean he is educated and proficient. Derek Haines must be laughing from ear to ear at their performance! We are in trouble, Oh yes we are. I do believe we have good RCIP officers BUT the leadership is very poor, lacking in training and education and they must have been selling fish and chips in the UK but certainly not Police Officers with the required training skills and experience necessary to lead our RCIP. We need to bring back our Highly decorated senior Cayman police or Fire Baines.

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    4. It is very worrying that a young lady can disappear without trace, in circumstances which suggest she has been the victim of an abduction.

      There is still no news of Anna Evans who went missing from the landfill.

      I hope to God these cases are not connected.

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