YAMILE AGUILAR AND VIRIDIANA URIAS – RECOVERED!

YAMILE AGUILAR AND VIRIDIANA URIAS

Yamile and Viridiana have been recovered!  Thank you to all of those who followed their case and helped to bring them home safely.

WELCOME HOME YAMILE AND VIRIDIANA!

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Lights For Yamile Aguilar and Viridiana Urias Flier

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Yamile Aguilar Age Progressed to 10 Years Old

Yamile Aguilar Age Progressed to 10 Years Old

Yamile Aguilar

Yamile Aguilar

Yamile Aguilar

Date of Birth: July 2, 2001

Hispanic Female

Height: 4’0”     Weight: 45 lbs

Hair: Black     Eyes: Brown

Missing: September 6, 2005     From: Shafter, CA

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Viridiana Urias

Viridiana Urias

Viridiana Urias

Date of Birth: March 7, 1989

Hispanic Female

Height: 5’2”     Weight: 155 lbs

Hair: Black     Eyes: Hazel

Missing: September 6, 2005     From: Shafter, CA

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Yamile and Viridiana were abducted by Hugo Garcia Aguilar, who is Viridiana’s step-father and Yamile’s father.  He was supposed to drop the girls off at school for their mother, but never did.  Their clothing was later found to be missing from their home.  Oddly enough, there is another daughter, 14-year old Yadira Urias, who was not abducted along with her sisters.  Yadira actually did not even know her sisters had been abducted until her mother picked her up from school.  An FBI Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution warrant was issued for Hugo on July 10, 2007.  They may have travelled to Mexico in a gray 1987 Pontiac Grand Am with California license plates 2ESZ563.

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Hugo Aguilar

Hugo Aguilar

Hugo Aguilar

Date of Birth: August 23, 1975

Hispanic Male

Height: 5’5”     Weight: 170 lbs

Hair: Black     Eyes: Brown

Distinguishing Features: He is missing his front teeth.

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If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Yamile Aguilar and Viridiana Urias, please immediately contact the Shafter Police Department at:

1-661-746-6341

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The National Center For Missing & Exploited Children at:

1-800-843-5678

USMCC000258LTWH

Parental Child Abduction is Child Abuse

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~ by LTWH on February 3, 2013.

2 Responses to “YAMILE AGUILAR AND VIRIDIANA URIAS – RECOVERED!”

  1. Neither Yamile nor Viridiana are on NCMEC any longer, yet everything I find about them shows that they’re still missing. What’s up with that and why does NCMEC do this at times when the kids are still missing?? Thanks

    • The NCMEC remove cases from their database when the children are located, or if the abduction turns out to not being an abduction after investigating into the case more. If for any reason law enforcement finds that a child was falsely reported missing (sometimes a miscommunication that is absolutely harmless), they will inform NCMEC who then removes the child from their system. As far as a recovery, there is often a ‘waiting’ period so to speak after a child has been located. Authorities and professionals need time to evaluate the children, without any influence, to determine exactly how they were living and their current needs – do they need any medical treatment, counseling, drug rehab, etc. Also, during the evaluation time the professionals and authorities should be able to determine if any additional charges should be filed against the abductor(s) or anyone else. A final determination of custody will be made (vast majority enforces orders made after the abduction), and the children will then be returned to their rightful home. During this time the case will be removed from the NCMEC site and be listed as restricted. After a little time has passed and the steps have been taken, they will then release a statement confirming the child(ren) have been recovered.
      Also, there are times when a child’s case will remain posted on missing child sites after the case has been removed, as the administrators have simply not updated their information as of yet. I completely understand what you are saying though, there are plenty of times where I search for hours for more information on a child’s case, and come up empty handed. It can be frustrating and confusing. Keep with it though, eventually we will receive notice of the status of the case and any new information, and you will see sites begin to update the child’s case to reflect this new information.
      I hope that answers you questions.

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