‘She loves her kids dearly’ - Family pleads for return of missing mother
It has been more than a week since Davia 'Renae' Warren left her home in Stettin, Trelawny, to meet a friend in Manchester, who was celebrating his birthday. The 32-year-old mother of four has not been seen since.
"Right now everybody is losing it. We are traumatised. We have been losing weight because we are not eating or sleeping. We are stressed out," Alicia Thompson, Warren's sister, said.
The missing woman is of dark complexion, medium build, and is about 167 centimetres (5 feet 6 inches) tall. Reports from the Ulster Spring police are that Warren was last seen leaving home around about 4 p.m. last Wednesday, September 16. She was wearing a yellow blouse and yellow shorts.
Thompson said her little sister posted pictures on social media of herself and a male while at the party. The elder sister said Warren appeared to be in a good mood, adding that she even exchanged voice notes with a family member, whom she told that she would be returning home the following day.
Warren, however, went offline shortly thereafter.
"Her son celebrated his birthday on September 21 and she had big plans for him. The children are so sad. On his birthday, he dressed up in the clothes that she had bought for him, and he was just looking out for her. She has a baby that is one year old, and every time the gate open him run outside thinking its his mommy," Thompson said.
She is pleading with those responsible for her sister's disappearance to have her reunited with her family.
"She loves her kids dearly so she has them to live for. If you holding her hostage, please let her come home to them because she wants to see them past the worse. I am pleading and I am begging, just send her home. We all miss her very much," she said.
Anyone knowing Davia's whereabouts is being asked to contact the Ulster Spring police at 876-839-2993, the police 119 emergency number, or the nearest police station.