WENDY ZAMUDIO-SANCHEZ – RESTRICTED

WENDY ZAMUDIO-SANCHEZ

Wendy’s case has been listed as restricted as per the National Center For Missing and Exploited Children.  Thank you to all of those who followed her case.  We will follow up with any updates received.

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**** What a restricted case means. ****

A restricted case can mean any one of several things.  It can mean the children have been recovered, or the case has been solved, however it is not press ready at the time.  Classifying it as restricted gives the authorities and professionals 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.  A restricted case can also mean that the case is being updated.  When this is the case, a new poster will be issued for the children and the case will be reclassified.  This generally happens within a day or two.  LTWH’s policy is to wait 7 days before reclassifying a case, therefore we avoid changing the status of a case if an update is all that is happening.  Lastly, a restricted case may mean that the publicity of the case has been ceased.  When this happens, the public is given very little information.

**** Please note that when a case is classified as restricted, we move the case to our recovered archives.****

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Wendy Zamudio-Sanchez

Wendy Zamudio-Sanchez

Wendy Zamudio-Sanchez

Date of Birth: July 28, 2006

Hispanic Female

Height: 3’4”     Weight: 40 lbs

Hair: Black     Eyes: Brown

Missing: April 2, 2010     From: Tacoma, WA

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Wendy Zamudio-Sanchez

Wendy Zamudio-Sanchez

Wendy was abducted by her non-custodial mother.  They may have travelled to California or Mexico.

Wendy’s father has applied for her return to the United States under the international civil treaty: The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.

DO NOT PICK UP BASED ON THIS INFORMATION

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If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Wendy Zaamudio-Sanchez, please immediately contact The National Center For Missing & Exploited Children at:

1-800-843-5678

USMCC000534LTWH

Parental Child Abduction is Child Abuse 06

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~ by LTWH on March 9, 2013.

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