Missing People are often Ignored by Police, Media and Society

Lucely "Lilly" Aramburo vanished a dark June night in 2007. Her fiance says she went for a walk at 2am. She's never been seen or heard from ever again. This is so common these days. People go missing. Media people ignore the fliers from detectives, rarely reporting the story to the community. Right now there's a child abduction that no one in Miami knows about because local media won't report it to us. It's not "juicy" enough, as Sergeant Varela told me and Lilly's mom.
So why is it not important to members of our community? As humans and Americans we have the power to make a difference in small actions that we can do. However, most of us choose not to. Most of us are "too busy". I ask, are you truly busy or are you distracted?
I urge you, please help me find my friend, Lilly. Or help the cause of the MISSING, there are countless others. You can help us get our stories heard.

Join my group http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=6448284204
Add Lilly as a friend on Myspace http://www.myspace.com/missinglillyaramburo
Join this Flickr group for Missing Persons http://www.flickr.com/groups/786046@N24/

Please contact me if you'd like to volunteer to help. You don't need any special skills, just the desire to help. Thank you, dear friends...

*Lilly Aramburo still MISSING* Please help today by writing letters!



You can help us in this difficult effort to get her story heard. It's been 9 months and her picture has not been seen by most folks in Miami. Her disappearance is not "juicy" enough, as stated by Sergeant Varela of Miami Dade Police.
We need you to write to your local officials and to the local paper. Below you will find some contacts. Please write a compelling letter and send it to all of them by email. Your help is appreciated! Lilly still has not been featured on any news, locally or nationally. She needs us to speak for her. Please lend a hand today.


Miami-Dade County *

Mayor Carlos Alvarez
mayor@miamidade.gov

Denis Morales
Chief of Staff
denism@miamidade.gov

Victoria Mallette
Director of Communications
vmallette@miamidade.gov

Robert Villar
Director of Policy
and Legislative Affairs
rvillar@miamidade.gov

Luis Andres Gazitua, Esq.
Senior Advisor
GAZITUA@miamidade.gov

* Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners *
Bruno Barreiro
Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners
chair@miamidade.gov

Barbara Jordan
District 1 Representative
District1@miamidade.gov

Dorrin Rolle
District 2 Representative
BMORRIS2@miamidade.gov

Audrey M. Edmonson
District 3 Representative
District3@miamidade.gov

Sally A. Heyman
District 4 Representative
District4@miamidade.gov

Rebeca Sosa
District 6 Representative
District6@miamidade.gov

District 8 - Katy Sorenson
District8@miamidade.gov

District 9 - Dennis C. Moss
District9@miamidade.gov

District 10 - Javier D. Souto
District10@miamidade.gov

District 11 - Joe A. Martinez
district11@miamidade.gov

District 12 - José "Pepe" Diaz
District12@miamidade.gov

* Newspaper New Columnists *
Nicholas Spangler
nspangler@herald.com

Beth Reinhard
breinhard@herald.com

Evan Benn
problem@MiamiHerald.com

Fred Grimm
fgrimm@herald.com

Joan Fleischman
jfleischman@herald.com.

Andres Oppenheimer
aoppenheimer@herald.com

Need help!

Would anyone out there like to help?? I'm drowning here, seeking assistance from Miami residents and internet volunteers.

We're currently seeking help posting and distributing fliers, folks with computer skills to send emails, folks with experience in event organizing and contacts in the community. Students, housewives, retirees, please donate an hour to find a missing mother. Her family is desperate to find her. She's a tiny itty-bitty girl in terrible danger. It's been way too long, she would have made contact long time ago!

Please contact me today! I understand your time is very valuable. You can volunteer whenever you have a free hour to devote.

Thank you and peace be with you...

Where is Lilly???


South Florida family asks for help in locating 24 year old daughter, Lucely “Lilly” Aramburo MISSING since June 2007.

Lilly Aramburo NCMA Flyer
For the last nine months Lily Aramburo's family has struggled to find her. It has been made harder since law enforcement, Miami Dade Police Department has not been helpful in the matter. The last person to see Lily, ex-boyfriend Christen Pacheco, says it was after 2am and they had been arguing and Lily walked out of his condo through the sliding door in the living room, taking nothing but a pair of bungee cords. According to Kelly Starling and Emmanuel DeJesus who were also there, Lily did not take her bag (purse) with money, her cellphone and most interesting her boots. Christen Pacheco told police that Lily had a history of attempting suicide. Lilly has not been seen or heard from ever since. Lilly disappeared from the Kendall area of Miami, the 7800 block of SW 82nd Street, near Dadeland Mall on June 1, 2007. 


Anyone with any information should immediately contact Miami Dade Police Department Detective Mancha 305-418-7245 or 305-418-7200 amancha@mdpd.com. You can also report your anonymous tip to Private Investigator Joe Carrillo at 305-926-3110.


Lucely “Lilly” Aramburo 

Case# PD070602291858 
Missing From: Miami, Florida 
Date Missing: June 2, 2007 
Date of Birth: November 16, 1983 
Age: 23 
Sex: Female 
Height: 4’11 
Weight: 100 Pounds 
Build: Medium 
Eyes: Brown 
Hair: Long-Straight-Dark Brown
Race: Hispanic 
Complexion: Olive
Large tattoo on lower back (pictured below)
Scar on left hand
Agency Name: Miami Dade Police
Agency Phone: 305-418-7200


If you have any information, PLEASE contact Miami Dade Police at 305-418-7200 or call Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477 or 866-471-8477. You can also report your tip online anonymously. You can also report your anonymous tip to Private Investigator Joe Carrillo at 305-926-3110.

Everyone is encouraged to help distribute fliers and lend a hand in the search for Lilly. Her young son, not even a year old at the time of her disappearance needs his mother back!


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We ask everyone to continue the awareness campaign. You can make a huge difference! Lilly deserves justice and that is why I am asking you to contact Nancy Grace and ask her to investigate Lilly's disappearance and possible homicide.

We've started a support group for families/friends of missing persons in South Florida. If you'd like more info, please leave a comment on this post.





Help find Lily around the social web.

Help Find Lily Twitter

Facebook Cause Find Lilly Aramburo

Facebook Help Find Lily

Lilly Aramburo Myspace


Thank you for all for your continued support!

Missing Mother in Miami Help Spread The Word

Ideas for Searching For Your Child

Below is a very good resource in case your child goes missing. No one likes to think about such depressing ideas. But the reality is it's best to educate yourself before the unthinkable happens.
Parents, it's very important to have recent photographs of your child and their fingerprints, if possible. I would suggest ordering a safety ID Kit from one of the many nonprofit organizations out there. If your child goes missing, there are many organizations available to help you.

Ideas for Searching For Your Child | Laura Recovery Center

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