Missing son’s 18th birthday marked with cake and mother’s plea for information | The Sacramento Bee

Lola Rios Gutierrez and her family celebrated a birthday Tuesday complete with birthday cake, but the birthday boy wasn’t there to blow out the candles.

Rios Gutierrez’s son, Enrique Rios, who turned 18 on Jan. 2, has been missing for more than a year. The teen’s disappearance, along with that of Elijah Moore, a friend and fellow student at Cesar Chavez Community School in Woodland, in the fall of 2016 is the subject of an ongoing investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Woodland Police Department.

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Bodies Found in Va. Park Belong to 2 Missing Teens: Police | NBC Washington

The human remains found in a Fairfax County park earlier this year belong to two teenage boys missing since September 2016, a search warrant revealed.

The bodies of Edvin Escobar Mendez, 17, of Falls Church and Sergio Arita Triminio, 14, of Alexandria were found in Holmes Run Park March 3 after police received a tip, the recently unsealed search warrant says. The chilling discovery came during a surge in gang homicides.

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A year later, their sons still missing, two Yolo moms wait for answers | The Sacramento Bee

Their faces stare out from the FBI’s website and from handbills taped to windows and lampposts across Woodland.

A year after they disappeared, Enrique Rios and classmate Elijah Moore of Woodland remain missing, frustrating their anguished families and the investigators who continue to work to find the missing teens.

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2 Yolo County Families Continue the Search for Their Missing Sons | FOX40

KNIGHTS LANDING — Candles were lit and prayers were said for those who missed a Thanksgiving and Christmas, New Year’s and birthdays, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and the Fourth of July.

Now as “back to school” time creeps closer, the families of two missing Yolo County teens are afraid of what else their sons will lose out on, which is why they’re back out with flyers. This time they’re looking for hope in Knights Landing.

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Burundi robotics team missing after competition in Washington, DC – ABC News

Six students from the small African country of Burundi went missing this week after participating in an international student robotics competition in Washington, D.C.

The team, consisting of two 17-year-old girls and four boys, aged 16 to 18, was reported missing after the competition’s closing ceremony in Washington on Tuesday night. They were last seen in the area of the D.A.R. Constitution Hall near the White House.

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NOPD Searches for Three Missing Teens | NOLA DEFENDER

It has been an intense week for the New Orleans Police Department, as numerous reports of missing people have been filed around the city. Today, the NOPD released three separate reports seeking the public’s assistance in locating a 16-year-old girl in Mid-City, a 16-year-old girl in the Garden District, and a 13-year-old girl in Pines Village. All three teens went missing this week in unrelated incidents.

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MA – ‘We need your help.’ Several teenage girls missing from Methuen | WCVB

METHUEN, Mass. — Police are asking the public for help in locating several teenage girls who have gone missing over the past week.

Methuen Police Chief Joseph Solomon said police have been looking for 13-year-old Jessica Jimenez since Monday. She was last seen on Elm Street in Methuen near the Lawrence line.

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