Miguel Morin missing seven years

Today is the seventh anniversary of the disappearance of Miguel Morin. He was abducted by an unknown adult female from Houston, Texas. The abductor may wear blue or brown tinted contact lenses or dye her hair red or brown.

Miguel Morin

Above is a picture of Miguel. Unfortunately, his case has been closed, although he remains missing. If you have any information as to his whereabouts, please e-mail For the Lost through our web site or contact the Houston Police Department at 713-731-5000. If you can, please contact the Houston Police Department and ask them to re-open Miguel’s case.

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    Miguel Morin and Timothy Torres found safe « For the Lost Blog said,

    March 16, 2012 @ 1:13 pm

    […] word from NCMEC that Timothy Torres has been found safe, and have read numerous articles that state Miguel Morin has been found safe and will be reunited with his mother soon. His case was inexplicably closed […]

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    Sugarland Girl said,

    February 20, 2016 @ 3:51 am

    His case was”inexplicably closed”, because the baby was never really kidnapped or lost to begin with. There’s a reason he wasn’t returned to his parents after being “found” and was instead sent to live in the foster home as his siblings who were wards of the state of Texas. The police were very suspicious of the mother’s story from the jump,she couldn’t get it straight and they knew she knew mucxh more than she was saying about the situation. Neither the mother or her husband were ever too cooperative or overly concerned that their baby was gone. After investigating and speaking with acquaintances and relatives including relatives of the babysitter/supposed kidnapper who produced credible evidence that indeed baby Miguel was given away voluntarily on a permanent basis, the police soon closed their case. Had he a small baby ever been truly kidnapped by a stranger and potentially in danger then you can bet your life that hundreds of policemen would have been searching every corner of Texas for him within only hours of his supposed abduction, but he wasn’t reported kidnapped right away or even reasonably soon after, and police didn’t figure the situation was serious and he didn’t need rescuing due to his parents’ suspicious uncooperative unconcerned attitudes. Instead they started investigating the Morins.When years later little Miguel came to the attention of Texan authorities again, they did for him exactly what they’d done for his siblings and what probably should have been done way back when he was a baby, put him somewhere where he’d be taken care of and watched out for. At the end of the day, the parents were never in Miguel’s best interests and police always knew that.

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