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11 Year old Girl, Ninotshka Pablos, Missing Since Feb. 19, 2007 in Orlando, FL (UPDATE: Found Safe)

A Missing Child Alert has been issued in Orlando, FL for 11 year old Ninotshka Pablos. She was last seen at the 2800 block of East Colonial Drive in Orlando, FL. She is considered in danger.

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( Ninotshka Pablos)


  • 11-year-old white female
  • 5 feet tall
  • 85 pounds
  • brown hair
  • brown eyes
  • She was last seen wearing a white jacket, white tank top with blue and black stripes, dark jeans capris with “Mecca” on them in red and gold lettering, large hoop earrings and white tennis shoes.

If anyone has any information regarding Ninotshka Pablos, please contact the Orlando Police Department at 407-246-2470 or 911.

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UPDATE I: Ninotshka Pablos went missing while going to get ice cream Monday night

Investigators said Ninotshka Pablos left her home Monday night at the Home Suitet Home extended stay suites located at the corner of Colonial Drive and Primrose apparently walking to the Fashion Square Mall with a friend to get ice cream. The girl’s mother said she never came home. (Press News)


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UPDATE II: Missing 11 year old girl went to go get ice cream with a friend last night and never returned. The question that comes to mind is, where is the friend she went with to get ice cream? Is she missing as well? That individual would have to have seen her last. Who else did she meet at The fashion Square Mall? Also, what is the surveillance cameras like in the mall? VIDEO Investigators say they got a call about 8pm last night from the mother of Nanashka Pablos.

She says the girl left their room at the Home Sweet Home on Colonial Drive in Orlando and hasn’t been seen since. Investigators say the young girl left to go get ice cream with a friend at the Fashion Square Mall and hasn’t returned since. Police say the girl has no history of running away and asks if anyone sees her to please call police. (CFN13)

UPDATE III: No Shortage of Sex Offenders living in the area … 6 in Same Complex

Home Suite Homes, 2801 E. Colonial Drive, where their friend Ninotshka Pablos, 11, went missing after she left Monday night to go get ice cream. (Orlando Sentinel)

According to the Florida Sex Offender Registry there are 452 sex offenders living within 5 miles of the residence and 20 within 1 mile. There are actually 6 sex offenders living in the same 2801 E. Colonial Drive Complex.


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 UPDATE IV: Found Safe, 11 year old returned home.

Orlando Police have announced that an 11-year-old girl who went missing last night returned home this afternoon.

Ninotshka Pablos, a 5th-grade student at Audubon Elementary in Orlando, appeared to be in good condition when she returned to the Home Suite Home Extended Stay just before 1 p.m. today, said Orlando Police Sgt. Barbara Jones. Police are now interviewing the girl, to determine where she had been. (Orlando Sentinel)

February 20th, 2007 at 12:03pm Posted by | Found Alive, Missing, Missing Children, Pictures | 2 comments

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  1. Boy, it’s getting to where every time a young child goes missing, I AM NEVER surprised it’s in Florida. Florida may as well be the nation’s capital for Sex offenders. Maybe you could post a table showing registered SO by state – and probably #1 is going to be Florida. I KNOW this could happen anywhere; but it does seem to happen more there – SEEMS is the operative word. I travel often, and Florida included – but while in FL, I never, ever let any of my kids out of my sight (and they range up to 18) – I think Sex Offenders somehow think Florida is a free-for-all and that’s bullsh%$# to us parents – do something there in FL – make a law of some sort to discourage them from all moving there – do you really want to attract that type of visitor/resident/seasonal visitor???? Help our children FLORIDA!!!!

    Comment by Momof5 | February 20, 2007

  2. Last thing I was thinking about when I was 11 was sneaking off with a man for a sleepover who is old enough to buy booze. This could have very well ended in a much worse way. Parents teach your kids, these creeps are everywhere these days.

    Comment by Maggie | February 20, 2007

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