Above: Abdal Hameed Albushari in 2018

Above: Abdal Wakeel Albushari in 2018

Above: Altayeb Albushari in 2018

Above: Raghd Albushari in 2018

Above: Ranya Albushari in 2018

Above: Rodayna Albushari in 2018

Abdal Hameed, Abdal Wakeel, Altayeb Khalid, Raghd Khalid, Ranya, and Rodayna Albushari

Last seen in the Bronx, New York on May 25, 2018

Vital statistics: Abdal Hameed is a black male. He was born on January 1, 2005. Black hair, brown eyes. He is twin to Abdal Wakeel. Abdal Wakeel is a black male. He has black hair and brown eyes. Some agencies give his name as "Abdalwakeel." Both were thirteen at the time. Altayeb is a black male. He was born on February 2, 2007. Black hair, brown eyes. Was eleven at the time. Raghd is a black female. She was born on June 24, 2012. Black hair, brown eyes. Was five at the time. Ranya is a black female. She was born on July 5, 2008. Black hair, brown eyes. Was nine at the time. Rodayna is a black female. She was born on August 23, 2015. Black hair, brown eyes. Was two at the time. Abdal Hameed and Abdal Wakeel were born in Sudan and are citizens of Sudan, Rayna was born in the United Arab Emirates and is a citizen of the United Arab Emirates, and Altayeb, Raghd, Rodayna are all citizens of the United States.

Circumstances: They were abducted by their non-custodial father, Khalid Albushari. A photo and vital statistics are posted below. They may be in Sudan or the United Arab Emirates.

Above: Khalid Albushari in 2018

Vital statistics: Black male. Born on January 1, 1963. Black hair, black eyes. Was fifty-five at the time.

If you have any information as to the Albushari childrens' whereabouts, please contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation, New York at 212-384-1000. 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
New York State Missing and Exploited Children Clearinghouse
NamUs National Missing Persons Data System

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