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A POLICE bulletin seeking the public's help in finding a missing 21 year old Couva woman led to her safe return on Tuesday.
Nickey Lalla was found in Caroni, and returned to her family with the assistance of police officers.
Her husband, Ashook Nagessar, 43, said he was relieved that she had been found.
“I am overjoyed she is back home. Yesterday (Tuesday) I took up her picture and prayed on it. Within a few hours I was able to get her back”.
Lalla left the home she shared with Nagessar at Hillview Lane, Lower Couva Road, on December 29.
He said that evening around 7 p.m. he walked out of the house street to speak to someone, and when he (Nagessar) returned home his wife could not be found.
Nagessar said he, Lalla's family, and friends, looked “everywhere” for her.
He made a missing persons' report to the Gran Couva Police Station. Ashook Nagessar husband of, Nickey Lalla, seen in (background) at her mother's home in Couva on Wednesday. Lalla went missing on December 29, and returned on Tuesday. -Photo: TREVOR WATSON
The police issued a bulletin to the media on Tuesday with her picture attached.
“We went to certain places around the area looking for her, but couldn't find her at all. When people saw it on the news, someone called her mother and told Nickey was in Caroni. The person gave us directions to the house and the Caroni police helped to take her out of the place”, said Nagessar.
Nagessar said that was the third time that she had gone missing in about two years.
“We were going to get married in December. We didn't set a date as yet. And then this happened”, said Nagessar.
When the Express visited Lalla at her mother's home at Lower Couva Road she spoke little, and said that she was doing “good”.
Her mother, Samira Lalla, said: “I am glad that she is back home. We are happy that she is okay”.-firstname.lastname@example.org