Case Studies

These case studies are very basic overviews, and do not reflect the complexities of these cases. If you’ve seen either of these children or have information about them, please contact us immediately.

liu-jingjun


Liu Jingjun (刘静军)


Hometown: Taiyuan, Shanxi, China
Sex: Male
Birthdate: May 14, 2008
Date Kidnapped: April 11, 2010
Case Details: On the morning of April 11, Liu Jinglei’s father was at work and his mother was in the kitchen. Jingjun was just outside, playing with two of the neighbors children. Around 10:30 A.M., Liu’s mother went to find him and discovered he was missing. She called his father, who returned home, and together they called the police. The police suggested they search by themselves, and around 7 PM that evening, Mr. Liu watched a surveillance video recorded by a neighbor’s camera that showed a man walking into their building’s alleyway and taking their Liu Jinglei. Since then, they have been searching for their son but have had no significant leads.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of this child (right in photo), please contact us immediately! custerc at gmail dot com.

lei-xiaoxia


Lei Xiaoxia (雷晓霞)


Hometown: Datong, Shanxi, China
Sex: Female
Birthdate: September 30, 1998
Date Missing: May 24, 2011
Case Details: Xiaoxia’s parents both work during the day, so on the morning of May 24, she went to school alone, as she always had. That night, when her parents returned home around 8 P.M. and found her missing, they called the school. The teacher told them that Xiaoxia never arrived at school that day. The parents immediately called the police, who searched the area, but failed to check surveillance video records on the school campus, and bus and train stations, which were subsequently deleted. Later, a reporter conducted interviews of Xiaoxia’s classmates and found several who said that she had arrived at school that morning. What exactly happened to Lei Xiaoxia remains unknown, but some form of kidnapping is likely. As of yet, her parents have had no significant leads.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of this child, please contact us immediately! custerc at gmail dot com.

0 thoughts on “Case Studies”

  1. Intrest in this matter due to found bizarr information leaked out in Sweden that concludes that about 500 chinese children ,arriving without parents, disappears every year without any trace. Within swedish border and also from refugeecenters where these children are taken care of..should have……And with no whatsoever action teaction from ouer gouverment or responsable departments like migrationsverket social securities nor police.

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