Above: I Gusti Agung Putra in 2010 (left) and another image circa 2012 (right)
I Gusti Agung Bimantara Putra
Last seen in Savannah, Georgia on January 1, 2010
Vital statistics: Biracial (asian/white) male. Born on July 21, 2005. Brown hair, brown eyes. He has a scar on his forehead and a scar near his elbow. His nickname is "Bima" and he may go by his middle name, "Bimantara" or the alias names "Bima Putra," "Bima Darma Putra," "Gusti Darma Putra," "I Gusti Agung Bamantara Darma Putra," "Igst Darma Putra, Gusti Putra," or "Igst Putra." He speaks English and Indonesian. Last seen wearing a long-sleeved blue dress shirt, khaki pants, and a royal blue blazer. Was four at the time.
Circumstances: He was abducted by his non-custodial father, I Gusti Ngurah Adi Darma Putra. A photo and vital statistics posted below. His parents had seperated in 2009 and shared joint custody, but on the above date Putra and his son fled to Indonesia. A federal warrant for international parental kidnapping was issued for him on September 14, 2011. They are still believed to be in Indonesia, possibly in Bali or Singaraja.
Above: I Gusti Ngurah Adi Putra in 2010
Vital statistics: Asian (Indonesian) male. Born on July 10, 1977. Black hair, black eyes. He has a tattoo of a dragon on the back of his right shoulder that extends towards his waist. His nickname is "Addy" and he may use the alias names "Andy Putra," "Igust Ngurah Adi Darma Putra," "I Gusti Ngurah Adi Putra," "Igst Ngr Adi Dar Putra," or "Igusti Ngurah Adi Darma Putra" and the alias date of birth "October 7, 1977." He speaks English and Indonesian. He has worked in the tourism industry. Was thirty-two at the time.
If you have any information as to I Gusti Agung's whereabouts, please contact the McIntosh County Sheriff's Office at 912-437-3912. 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 Charley Project
Federal Bureau of Investigation
NamUs National Missing Persons Data System
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