Man confesses to playing role in disappearance of teacher, another teacher goes missing

A convicted sexual offender who was detained in relation to missing primary school teacher, Danielle Anglin has reportedly confessed to playing a role in her disappearance.

The revelation was made by Head of the Crime Portfolio, Deputy Commissioner of Police, DCP, Fitz Bailey.

It follows the discovery of remains believed to be those of 29-year-old Anglin in Salt River, Clarendon on Monday morning.

Ms. Anglin was last seen on May 13, when she left home in Hellshire, St. Catherine for work at St. Peter Claver Primary School in St. Andrew.

DCP Bailey said a multi-agency investigative team aided by technology, was able to identify the vehicle in which Miss Anglin left her home, along with her last known location.

DCP Bailey noted that a number of searches were done within sections of St. Catherine and Clarendon, resulting in human remains being discovered on Monday morning.

In the meantime, the police are searching for another missing teacher.

She is 26 year-old Judiann Oldacre, of Green Acres, in Spanish Town, St. Catherine.

She is of brown complexion, medium build and about 5 feet 4 inches tall.

The Half Way Tree police say Oldacre was last seen at Devon House, in St. Andrew at about 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 18.

Her mode of dress at the time she went missing is not known.

Police say all efforts to locate Oldacre have proven futile.

Anyone knowing her whereabouts is asked to contact the half way tree police at 876-926-8184, 119 police emergency number or the nearest police station.


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