Sunday 18 August, 2019

Update: Tessa's Facebook status says 'I'm safe', but is it her?

Updated Friday, September 21, 2018:

27-year-old Tessa Thomas, who was last seen on September 16, allegedly updated her Facebook page around 1:33 pm on Thursday to say 'Sorry for the consern guys, I am safe'. 

However, friend and relatives are concerned as to whether it was, in fact, Thomas who posted the update to her Facebook profile

According to a source, Thomas indicated that she had been trying to leave an abusive relationship a few months ago.

A friend commented under her post that Thomas, a media professional who graduated from the University of the West Indies (UWI), St Augustine, would not make such a spelling error. 

"Thank God but how do we know it's really u hun,' said one woman.

"Tessa, please post a video. I know that you know how to spell concern and use commas correctly. Eight words on Facebook do not allay my fears. If anyone has spoken with her, please let us know. We just want more solid proof," said another woman. 

After the comments, the post was mysteriously amended around 5:00 pm Thursday, however, there were no other updates and no responses to private messages or calls. 

(Photo via Facebook)

Tessa was last seen at her mother's home at Plover Street, Morvant, on September 16, 2018. Her mother, Rhonda Thomas, filed a missing persons report to the Morvant Police Station, around 4:00 pm on Wednesday 19 September 2018.

Thomas is of African descent, 5 feet 1 inch tall, slim built, with a dark brown complexion and a relaxed hairstyle. She was last seen wearing a pair of green short pants, a navy blue top and a pair of brown slippers. She also has a scar on her left shoulder.

She has a small heart tattoo on her upper inner left arm. 

A source said Thomas previously said she was trying to leave an abusive relationship.

Please call 999, 555, 911 or any police station or call 800-TIPS as soon as possible if you have any information on her whereabouts.


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