Above: Sarah Elsafi in 2003 (left) and an age-progressed image to 18, circa 2012 (right)


Above: Tariq Elsafi in 2003 (left) and an age-progressed image to 22, circa 2012 (right)

Sarah Raquel and Tariq Ahmed Elsafi

Last seen in Miami, Florida on May 9, 2003

Vital statistics: Sarah is a biracial (black/hispanic) female. She was born on February 4, 1994. Brown hair, brown eyes. She has a scar on her right eyebrow and a scar on her right upper thigh. Was nine at the time. Tariq is a biracial (black/hispanic) male. He was born on October 4, 1990. Brown hair, brown eyes. He has multiple scars. Was twelve at the time. Both children have asthma and may take the medication Singulair to control it. They may use the last name "Abdalla."

Circumstances: They were abducted by their non-custodial father, Ahmed Abdulla Elsafi. A photo and vital statistics are posted below. He picked up the children for a visitation but did not return them to their mother, Mayra Elsafi, on May 11. A felony warrant for kidnapping was issued for him on April 12, 2004. They may be in Canada, Sudan, Yemen or Saudi Arabia.


Above: Ahmed Elsafi in 2003

Vital statistics: Black (Sudanese) male. Born on September 22, 1961. Black hair, black eyes. He may use the alias dates of birth September 23, 1961, September 24, 1961 and/or October 18, 1969. He may use the alias names "Ahmed Abdalla," "Mohamed Abdullah," "Ahmed Mohamed," "Ahmed Hamood," "Hamood Ashemimry" and/or "Mohamed Elsafi." He has work experience as a mechanic but may also work as a pilot. He speaks English and Arabic. Was forty-two at the time.

If you have any information as to the Elsafi childrens' whereabouts, please contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Florida Office at 305-944-9101. Any information received can be kept confidential.


Information used to compile this casefile came from the following resources:
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
The Doe Network
The Charley Project
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Florida Missing Children Search
Interpol
NamUs National Missing Persons Data System
Our Missing Children (site now defunct)

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