FBI offers reward for information on kidnapping of 40-year-old man in Florida

Reward for information on the disappearance of Maribel Oquendo-Carrero in Florida 40 years ago

Ivan Rodriguez Gelfenstein

On December 6, 1982, Maribel Oquendo-Carrero left her home in Homestead, Florida, to walk to the corner store, according to the FBI of Miami.

Maribel Oquendo-Carrero, only 9 years old, came to the store and bought items, according to the FBI, but she was never seen or heard from again.

On the 40th anniversary of her disappearance, the Miami FBI announced a Reward of up to $10,000 for any information leading to the location of Oquendo-Carrero -who would now be 49 years old- or the arrest of the responsible for his death. disappearance.

Clarabel Garay, Oquendo-Carrero's older sister, who was 17 years old at the time of At the time of his disappearance, he continues to search for clues as to what may have been there. succeeded his sister.

I hope she's alive, but we don't know. There is no evidence that she is alive. There is no evidence that she is dead," Garay said. "I miss her. I miss his Smile, his eyes, his joy. I sing his, dance his, and play theirs, and play theirs. his."

An age progression image of what it would look like at 47 was also released. years. Maribel was born in Camden, New Jersey, and has ties to Puerto Rico. Florida and New York, according to the FBI.

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