Police investigating chilling voice note
The Kingston police say they are investigating whether the voice heard in a chilling recording of a female begging for her life, is that of missing Olympic Gardens woman, Phillisha Christie.
The police say they got hold of the recording since Sunday, however they are yet to ascertain its origin or authenticity.
The nearly two-minute-long clip has been making the rounds on social media with captions indicating that it is the voice of 23-year-old Christie, who went missing since Saturday, January 21.
"No take me life please, me a beg you, please no kill me," a fearful female voice is heard saying on the chip, to which a man responds, "You ago corporate with me? Stop the talking, Mi nah kill you from you cooperate. You see if you no cooperate, me ago f*** you up."
The clip continues with what sounds like a struggle between the two as the man tells her to cross her hands.
Reports from the Olympic Gardens police are that Christie was last seen about 7:15 a.m. along West Bay Farm Road.
She was dressed in grey sweater, blue jeans pants and a pair of slippers. All efforts to contact her have proven futile.
Those with information on her whereabouts are being asked to contact the Olympic Gardens Police Station at 923-5468, Police 119 Emergency Number or the nearest Police Station.