Missing Faloma Luhk new case information posted as of May 15th 2020

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Missing Faloma Luhk


Left and Center: Faloma, approximate date 2011;
Right: Age-progression to age 15 (approximate date 2016)

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: May 25, 2011 from Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands

Type: Endangered Missing

Date of Birth: February 9, 2001 Age at disappearance: 10 years old

Weight and Height: 5'1, 90 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: Pacific Islander female. Brown hair, brown eyes. Clothing/Jewelry Description: A light green shirt with a butterfly design and blue jeans.


Details of disappearance and psychic work by Brian Ladd (login to view entire case as of May 2020)

 

Faloma and her sister, Maleina, were last seen standing at the bus stop in their village of As Sao on the island of Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands at 6:10 a.m. on May 25, 2011. They were sitting on a cement slab waiting for the 6:30 bus to take them to Kagman Elementary School. They missed the bus, however, and have never been heard from again. When the girls failed to arrive at school, their teachers marked them absent. Their families didn't realize they were missing until 3:30 that afternoon, when they didn't come home as scheduled. Their disappearances were reported to the police at 5:30 p.m.
Faloma and Maleina were both carrying backpacks at the time they vanished. One is described as dark-colored with the owner's name and telephone number written on the straps; the other is a purple Dora the Explorer pack with writing on the shoulder straps. Both backpacks disappeared along with the girls and they haven't been located.
Faloma and Maleina lived with their grandparents at the time of their disappearances; they had since 2007. At the time they went missing, their father was living on the island of Pohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia, and their mother lived in Guam. Their mother returned to Saipan after the girls' disappearances to assist in the search. Investigators ruled out the sisters' parents and most of their other relatives as suspects in their cases.
Alan Santos Aguon, a former firefighter, is a person of interest in Meleina and Faloma's cases. He is related to them by marriage, and he refused to take a lie detector test about their disappearances. In 2012, Aguon was arrested for domestic violence in California. He remains in custody.
Authorities believe Faloma and Maleina were abducted by someone outside their family. An extensive search has turned up no sign of them and their cases remain unsolved.
Northern Mariana Islands Department of Public Safety
670-234-6006