Find Missing Adam Breaux!

Missing Middle-Aged Man, Suspicious Disappearance, Cold Case

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Find Missing Adam Breaux!

Find Missing Adam Breaux!

Find missing Adam Breaux!
He is better known as AJ.
AJ has been missing for 26 long years.
His loved ones fear the worst.
What happened to AJ?

Find Missing Adam Breaux!

Find missing Adam Breaux! Adam Breaux is a subject of Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP). AS a ViCAP missing person, foul play is suspected in his disappearance. Adam has been missing since August 28, 1991. Breaux is missing from Houma, Louisiana. At his disappearance, Adam was 50 years old. His current age is 76 years old. Adam Breaux goes by the nickname AJ. Adam Breaux is a Caucasian male. He is approximately 5’11” tall. His weight range is 155 to 160 pounds.

Find Missing Adam Breaux!

Adam Breaux has some distinguishing physical characteristics. His hair is described as gray/white. And his eyes are brown. AJ has a scar over his left eyebrow. He has a scar on his abdomen from ulcer surgery. And he has a light-colored birthmark on his knee. When he was last seen, Adam was wearing a white long-sleeved shirt. AJ was also wearing a tie and slacks. He was also wearing glasses with what are described as square gold frames. Finally, AJ was wearing a gold watch.

Find Missing Adam Breaux!

It was August 28, 1991. And it was 10:00 P.M. in Houma, Louisiana. Adam Breaux was last seen in this area and near the 120 block of Bernard Street. All this was located near the Easy Does It Club. It seems unclear just how AJ went missing ow what he was doing at his disappearance. Soon (date not given), AJ’s vehicle was found abandoned. It was located in Jim Bowie Park, which is across the street from where he was last seen. AJ’s vehicle is described as a 1988 silver Ford Tempo. His wallet and checkbook were found locked inside the vehicle. Breaux has never been seen or heard from again.

Find Missing Adam Breaux!

The family of Adam Breaux have been waiting for 26 years for justice. Someone (s) is responsible for AJ’s disappearance. They have not spent a day behind bars for the crimes that may have been committed against Breaux. His family just want to know what has happened to AJ. For this to happen, he has to be found. He likely will never be found unless someone (s) steps up and tells what they know. Is this you? You are asked to refer to the FBI contact information below. (near the bottom of this page in bold).

Agency Case #: 08-2023-91
Law Enforcement: To provide or request additional information, please contact:
– Det. Tim Lucas, Houma Police Department, LA, (985) 873-6325, –
– Det. Dana Tymone Coleman, Houma Police Department, LA, (985) 873-6323, –
– FBI ViCAP, (800) 634-4097, –
Contact ViCAP for information on how your agency can obtain access to the ViCAP Web
National Crime Database and view this case.

You can contact the FBI tip line at: 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324)

You can submit a tip to the FBI online. Click here to do so.

You can locate and contact your local FBI office. Click here to locate your local FBI office.

AJ’s family have set up a Facebook page for him. It is called The AJ Breauz Project-What if Something Happened. Use Facebook? Consider clicking to “like” this page.

The above photo is courtesy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Alert # 2010-09-01; Released 09/29/2010; kps
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I'm a Christian, meaning that I have a relationship with God, through trust in HIs Son Jesus. I'm a pro-life blogger, and I have three websites, focused on the sanctity of life. The first one is, which is specific to calling for an end to abortion through educating people about alternatives and pro-life news and opinions. The second site,, is also devoted to ending abortion through reaching out to moms in crisis and educating them on alternatives. This second site has the broader aim of celebrating the sanctity of all human life. Born and unborn. I want to reach a broad audience through the second site. The third site,, is devoting to finding missing persons, identifying the unidentified, and bringing justice to victims of crime.

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