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Texas EquuSearch Volunteers Help Search for Missing 5 Year Old Alondra Diaz-Garcia

5 year old Alondra Diaz-Garcia has been missing since June 1, 2007 when she was reportedly kidnapped by her non-custodial father, Reynaldo Diaz. She has not been seen since.

  • Alondra weighs about 38 pounds
  • brown eyes
  • brown hair
  • nearly 4-feet tall
  • was last wearing denim pants and a orange and yellow shirt

Texas EquuSearch volunteers are searching for the girl near Kendleton.

According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, a warrant was issued for Diaz, 38, on July 2.

Mother frantic to find missing daughter last seen with her father

The girl’s mother says she and Diaz were divorced and he was scheduled to visit the girl June 1. The mother dropped her off with her father at a McDonald’s on Gessner and Bissonnet and hasn’t been seen since.

“I believe he is in Kendleton. He has a ranch there with his brothers and I am certain he has taken my daughter there,” said the girl’s mother Dorotea Garcia. (ABC 13)

UPDATE I: Local search for girl called off

A search for a missing Houston girl has been called off in an area in Kendleton and searchers will start looking elsewhere, an official with Texas EquuSearch said this morning.

No trace of Diaz-Garcia has been found, said Frank Black, search coordinator for Texas EquuSearch. He said searchers did not want to say exactly where they would look next as they did not want to potentially tip their hand to Diaz.

UPDATE II: Mother belived that ex-husband Reynaldo Diaz kidnapped Alondra Diaz-Garcia

She believes her ex-husband may have taken the girl to California or Mexico.

“He is a hot-tempered man. His reactions are very strong. He just did this probably on revenge,” Doroeta Garcia said.

She said he may have quit his job and taken $30,000 out of the bank before disappearing.

“Sometimes it’s a very dangerous situation, and sometimes it’s a situation where the parent may not be abiding by orders and hiding the child, and maybe not being physically harmed but some sort of emotional harm,” Harris Co. Assistant D.A. Jane Waters said.

In the case of Diaz-Garcia, a custody agreement had been in place since the divorce in 2005.

July 31st, 2007 at 06:58am Posted by | abduction, kidnapped, Missing, Missing Children, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Texas Equusearch | no comments

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