MIAMI – Miami-Dade police are looking for 20-year-outdated Alejandro Suarez, who went lacking on July 4.
Suarez advised his mom he wanted to go do something for school.
“The day prior to, he talked to me and said, ‘Mom, I have to go to the university for some class. I have to carry a little something,'” claimed Odalys Heredia. “I said, ‘Alex, it really is July 4th. The college is closed.'”
Heredia stated he insisted that he would be appropriate back again.
She claimed her son is autistic and has Asperger’s syndrome, and reported he drives himself to and from class at the Miami Dade School Kendall campus a few times a week.
House surveillance online video confirmed him strolling out the doorway and receiving in his blue Honda Civic.
A couple hrs later, Heredia mentioned she understood a little something was not ideal and tried to connect with him.
“He didn’t respond to,” she reported. “And under no circumstances in his life he does not answer any calls or any messages. By no means.”
Suarez’s motor vehicle was found parked at a church close to the campus. A witness from the church advised the family they noticed him fulfill up with some people and go with them in their car.
In his motor vehicle, they uncovered a observe. According to Heredia, it reported he wished to “be no cost to go and assist other people,” and stated not to worry about him.
Even nevertheless it was his handwriting, his mother claimed it does not sound like one thing he would compose.
“The be aware was pretty impersonal,” she mentioned. “Because he enjoys me also substantially. He enjoys his sister as well much.”
His sister, Leydis, hopes her brother hears their message – to appear household.
“All I want my brother to know is that we love him and that we miss him, and we hope he arrives back before long.”
Suarez is described as 5-toes 6-inches, 150 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. He was previous witnessed carrying a black leather jacket and blue jeans.
The household is offering a reward of $5,000 for any concrete info foremost to his return.
If you know just about anything, connect with Miami-Dade Criminal offense Stoppers at (305) 471-Ideas.