Find Missing Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carrero!

Missing Young Teen Girl, Abduction, Wanted Fugitive, Cold Case

Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these
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Find Missing Reyna Gabriella Alvardo-Carrera!

Find Missing Reyna Gabriella Alvardo-Carrera!

Find missing Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carrero!
She was abducted almost 13 years ago.
The suspect has gotten by with it.
Where has this pair been all these years?

Find Missing Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carrero!

Find Missing Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carrero! Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carrero has been missing since May 6, 2005. She is missing from Norcross, Georgia. Reyna’s case is classified as a non-family abduction. Her year of birth is 1992. At the time of her disappearance, Reyna was 13 years old. Her current age is 26 years old. Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carrero is a Latino female of Hispanic ethnicity. Her hair is black and her eyes are brown. Reyna is described as 5’4″ tall and 110 pounds at the time of her disappearance.
Reyna’s nickname is Gaby.

Find Missing Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carrero!

Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carrero was last seen at her Norcross, Georgia home on May 6, 2005. She was abducted by Jose Carlos Gatica Luna. A felony warrant for custodial interference was issued for him on May 9, 2005. A photo of Gatica Luna is contained in the above poster. His date of birth is April 19, 1971. making him 34 years old at the time of Reyna’s abduction. Luna’s current age 47 to 48 years old. He’s described as a Latino male of Hispanic ethnicity. He is 5’10” tall and 165 pounds. And he has black hair and brown eyes. Gatica Luna and Reyna may still be in the local area, or they may be in Phoenix, Arizona; Los Angeles, California; or Mexico. Reyna’s case remains unsolved; few details are available.

Find Missing Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carrero!

Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carraro has been missing for almost 13 years as of early May. That will be as long as the time that she was last seen alive. There is little information available about the suspect, Jose Carlos Gatica Luna. How can information be so limited in a case that has lasted for almost 13 years. Has her case been so void of tips, leads, or new developments? And how can cases like hers become so cold? This victim, Reyna, was only 13 years old when she was last seen. She had just entered her teens. Males, whatever their race or ethnicity, normally don’t abduct teen girls because they have their best interests at heart. Nothing is known about Reyna’s family; they have no social media presence. There is no way to show them any direct support. But we can support them by generating tips and leads to help bring Reyna home.

Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carrera? Do you have any information concerning the suspect, Jose Carlos Gatica Luna? If you have any info, you can contact the Gwinnett County Police Department at: (770) 513-5122. Or you can contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at: 1-800-843-5678.

A NCMEC poster is available for Reyna Bagriella Alvarado-Carrera. Click here to view it.

The above information can be found on Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carrera’s Charley Project Page. I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 4.0 International.

The above photo is courtesy of GINA Foundation for Missing Persons.

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