Above: Emily Juan in 2004 (left), another image circa 2006 (center), and an age-progressed image to 14, circa 2017 (right)

Emily Juan

Last seen in Flushing, New York on September 5, 2004

Vital statistics: Biracial (asian/white) female. Born on October 21, 2003. Brown hair, brown eyes. She has a small red birthmark on her right wrist and she has dimples. She may use the last name "Sartin." Was ten months at the time.

Circumstances: She was abducted by her non-custodial mother, Nadia Juan. A photo and vital statistics for her are posted below. On the above date, Emily's father, Cary Sartin, went to the apartment of Emily's mother to pick her up for his weekly visitation period. There was no one there and a summons was issued for Nadia to appear in family court on September 14. She did not appear and custody was awarded to Sartin. An FBI warrant for international parental kidnapping was issued for her on February 17, 2005. They are known to have traveled to Taiwan on September 6. Nadia attempted to leave Taiwan but was refused by the Taiwanese government. She is fighting Sartin for custody of Nadia in the Taiwan courts.

Above: Nadia Juan in 2004

Vital statistics: Asian (Taiwanese) female. Born on April 1, 1967. Brown hair, brown eyes. She has a scar on her left calf and an a brown, oval-shaped birthmark on her lower back. She may have suicidal tendencies. She may use the alias names "Mei-Fen Juan" or "Julia Juan." Was thirty-seven at the time.

If you have any information as to Nadia's whereabouts, please contact the New York City Police Department at 212-452-0600. 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
New York State Missing and Exploited Children Clearinghouse
Federal Bureau of Investigation
CBS News
NamUs National Missing Persons Data System

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