This is bad, very bad

The family abduction case of Sabrina Allen (missing eleven years next month) has been relatively high-profile thanks to the efforts of her searching father, Greg. Sabrina’s mother, Dara Marie Llorens, took her from Austin, Texas in April 2002 and disappeared, presumably into Mexico. In fact, in June 2003 the police surrounded a house in Mexico City where Dara and Sabrina were thought to be hiding, but nobody came out and after awhile the police lifted their surveillance and went away, whereupon Dara and Sabrina left as well and disappeared again.

Well, according to this article, a private investigator hired by Greg Allen says there haven’t been any reported sightings or contact with Dara in a year and he thinks she may be dead. The PI believes Sabrina might be being sheltered by a friend of her mother’s.

I hope the PI’s theory isn’t true and Dara is still alive.

3 thoughts on “This is bad, very bad

  1. Ilya Sitnikov March 17, 2013 / 12:15 am

    I usually assume that family abductions mean that the child won’t be harmed.

    But I guess that it differs from case to case….

  2. Princess Shantae March 17, 2013 / 8:49 am

    What does he think she died of? I know she was pretty unstable, did she kill herself? Or what?

  3. Jan Z March 19, 2013 / 6:42 pm

    I just saw that and I am surprised by the conclusion. Not being able to find her doesn’t equal dead. If it’s true, I think it would obviously make it much harder to find Sabrina, so I, too, hope it’s not true. Sabrina could be being treated badly whether or not her mother is in charge of her, however.

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