We've made progress in Lilly's case!!

I'm ecstatic to report back that there has been progress! For one, Lilly's mom went on Univision, a program which will air in a few short weeks. The producers of the show even made a financial contribution! It's not all that much but it's something and it helps alleviate some financial hardship for the benefit of Lilly's baby, Baby Palden. He's so precious! I wish I had the time now to explain a little bit about his name. Let's just say he's blessed.

Another beautiful thing that has manifested is that some awesome private investigators are going to help out, donating their own time to the case. Wow, I'm still in shock about the kindness of strangers. They say they're going to help get media attention for Lilly and get her on America's Most Wanted!

I'll report back soon! Peace to all...

Quick Update


Haven't had much time lately between work, kids and my mission to find Lilly. I'm so behind! Thankfully, I work from home and I love what I do. Bad thing is I get distracted easily.

I have an update about Lilly's case. Lily's mother and I paid a visit to Miami Dade Police Detective Aaron Mancha. We've been trying to talk to him to get an update but since he never returns our calls, we went to the police department. We wanted to know why Christen and the others who were in the apartment when Lily "left", hadn't been interviewed yet. His reply was that he had tried calling him but he hasn't returned his calls. He also mentioned visiting his apartment a few times but he wasn't home and so he left his business card with a note for Christen to call him. We persuaded him to try again. And he did. But again he wasn't there. Another business card was left at his door.

We took the opportunity to go to the neighborhood and talk to neighbors, gather information. We waited around and eventually got to see and visit with Christen. He provided more details about what was happening the night Lily disappeared and the people that were there in the apartment. He said that Lily left after a big argument they had. He said she was wearing pajamas and didn't have shoes on or take any personal belongings with her.

Lily's mom and I spent a lot of time lately driving up and down the streets of Miami, Coconut Grove and Overtown searching for Lily. No one has seen her. But we did find Kelly, (pictured above with Lucely, Lily's mother) in Coconut Grove. Kelly went to school with Lily and was there that night. She had bruises on her face and body, which she said were thanks to Christen.

We tried calling the investigator but can't ever reach him and he doesn't return our calls.

I found out about another beautiful young lady by the name of Heather Riggio that is missing from North Miami Beach since May 2007. I haven't seen her in the news either.

MISSING flyer for Lilly


MISSING

Lucely "Lilly" Aramburo

IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT LILLY ARAMBURO

CALL Miami Dade Police - Detective Mancha 305-418-7200



Lucely “Lilly” Aramburo

Missing From: Miami, Florida

Date Missing: June 2, 2007

Date of Birth: November 16, 1983

Age: 24

Sex: Female

Height: 4’11

Weight: 100 Pounds

Build: Medium

Eyes: Brown

Hair: Long-Straight-Dark Brown

Race: Hispanic

Complexion: Olive

Clothing: pajamas? (Not confirmed)

Large violin curves tattoo on lower back

Scar on left hand

CIRCUMSTANCES

According to her boyfriend, she left his

apartment around 2am in pajamas, without a

purse, shoes or cell phone.

(This information has not been verified)

She has not been seen since.

Finally met Detective Mancha

I went to see Detective Mancha, the detective from Miami Dade Police assigned to Lilly's case on Monday with the new evidence I found. I think it shows a possible motive. I asked Detective Mancha where we're at.

I'll tell you where we're at, absolutely NO progress in 6 months!! He still hasn't questioned her boyfriend, one of the last people to see her. He said that he's been out to his apartment a few times but he's never there. He says he's left various business cards asking him to call. And surprise surprise, he hasn't called. I'm so frustrated with police and media.

I practically begged him to help with a press release. And (as expected) he washed his hands of it. It's not him, he has to submit it to P.I.O Police Information Office, which is media relations for the police. But after everything, the fact that he misspelled her name on the flyer, the fact that he's let all this time fly without pinning down the boyfriend, etc- he can't even make a press release happen. What ever happened to compassion? Lilly is a human being, a precious one to her family and friends. So why can't they even get her picture up on the news/newspaper, etc?
I am determined more than ever to continue this mission to find her. As long as I remain in this world, I vow to never stop seeking justice for my precious friend, Lilly.

I did get something accomplished though. I'll let you know tomorrow after the fact. Wish us luck... we really need it. In this world, you must be white, middle-class, or from an important family to get any media attention or proper police investigation. It's a sad realization, I've learned the hard way.

Please don't stop praying for Lilly.

If Someone You Love Vanishes




Report it to police immediately! You need not wait 24 hours! Do it at once. Afterwards, reach out to organizations like the National Center for Missing Adults. You can Register your missing person with the National Center for Missing Adults at the link below:
http://www.theyaremissed.org/ncma/content.php?webid=register

Do your research! There are many out there.

Disturbing find

I recently did a little research and I found someone's blog entry regarding Lilly. I'm freaking out at how hateful it was. I suspect that person may have important information, to say the least. It was too passionate...they had pictures of her too.

I'm seeing the police investigator Monday. I can't wait to have that conversation.

I'll let you guys know what happens.

Press release to come soon too....

Apture

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