Delika White Lezama Wiki
Delika White Lezama Biography
Delika White Lezama, from Greenford, London, disappeared while traveling with her mother and brother to the Caribbean on December 17.
Desperate relatives of hers have been unsuccessfully trying to contact her by phone and searching for her ever since, and now fear her for her safety.
Delika’s aunt Melanie Moore told The Mirror that she hopes Delika has “run away” and turns up safe, adding: “Otherwise it won’t be good.”
According to The Mirror, Delika’s family began a desperate search for her after realizing she had not returned home ten minutes later, but they were unable to locate her.
Police officers from the local force’s anti-kidnapping unit are searching for her, whose family have been receiving support from the UK foreign office.
Meanwhile, Delika’s family have also made repeated appeals to find her on social media, saying they are “beyond desperate”.
Ms Moore said Delika’s mother, Delia White, is “looking everywhere” and is deeply upset.
She added: ‘I’m just praying for her to come back confident in her. She’s spent a lot of time in the middle, which isn’t good for anyone.
“At this point, I hope she has run away and is back before she runs out of her plane ticket. That’s the best case. Otherwise, it’s not going to be good.
Delika’s mother, Delia White, told the newspaper: “She didn’t seem upset or angry when she left, there was nothing that would have made her run away.”
“I can’t think of anyone in particular who could kidnap her, but everyone knows us, the whole community knows us, and I go back and forth to the UK to see my mum all the time.
‘My seven-year-old son is here too, and I’m just trying to stay strong for him. Right now I don’t have the energy to even say how I feel.’
White said the family began a manic search when her daughter was unable to return home.
She said CCTV cameras in the area were not working, making it difficult to locate her daughter.
After darkness fell, Mrs White said: “I started to worry because she doesn’t know the area, she doesn’t really speak the language, so I think anyone could have seen her or any driver could have picked her up.” .
I don’t know if she went somewhere and she got lost.
Ms White added that after dark she went to the police station to make a report, before driving and searching for her all night.
She explained that her daughter had visited the corner store to buy a SIM card because she was having problems with her phone while on vacation.
The merchant confirmed that he had gone to the store, but could not find the card he needed and left.
Since the teenager’s disappearance, police have been trawling CCTV footage and have reportedly searched nearby houses, as well as rivers and bushes, for evidence of what happened to her.
The case is being investigated by the area’s anti-kidnapping unit.
Vallence Rambharat, Captain of the Hunters Search and Rescue Team, said: ‘We can confirm that Delika White Lezama is still missing.
“We can also confirm that investigations are continuing by the Anti-Kidnapping Unit of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service.”
Delika’s older sister has taken to social media to share numerous photos of Delika’s sister across social media in an attempt to help people recognize her.
She recently posted: “There are a few different looks she could have right now but we’re not sure so if you see her or think you’ve seen her call the police.” Please.
‘It’s been just over 2 weeks and she’s still missing. Has anyone seen or know of her whereabouts?
‘If she wishes to remain anonymous, she is definitely an option. Family, friends and the police will be following any and all leads at this time.
‘Would someone please stand up with some information please? We are beyond desperate to find her.
Police said Delika was wearing a pink blouse, a black skirt and pink and white Nike Air Force sneakers at the time of her disappearance. She also wore glasses and had recently taken out her braids.
Anyone with information on Delika’s whereabouts is urged to contact the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service’s anti-kidnapping unit, Hunter Search and Rescue Team, Sangre Grande Police Station at 668-2444 or 800-TIPS or the police at 555, 999, 911.