Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-09-20 23:22:00 –
Honolulu Police Department today suspended a search for the missing 6-year-old Isabella Karua.
A spokeswoman for the department, Michelle Yu, said investigations into the disappearance of a girl in Waimanalo remained active and detectives would continue to follow Reed.
Yu said anyone with information about the case would need to contact the HPD or crime stopper at 955-8300.
The general public can also send anonymous web tips to www.honolulucrimestoppers.org or via the P3 Tips app.
According to police, Karua was last seen sleeping in her room at the address of Puha Street in Waimanalo around 9 pm on Sunday, September 12.
According to family spokesman William Harrison, Isabella’s adoptive parents Isaac K. “Sony” Karua III and his wife Lehua said Isabella may have been kidnapped or simply wandered. .. When the couple woke up, they found her gone. They also allowed police to search the house.
Harrison, a criminal defense counsel, said the child had gone out at night and slept in the yard and could be identified with an electronic lock at home when he left the house. He was a counselor, threatened with murder, and didn’t want the language to be twisted, so he advised not to search Isabella, talk to the media, or get involved in social media.
Meanwhile, her biological family has organized search activities since the girl named by Ariel Cellars at birth disappeared from her adopted family home. Hundreds of volunteers worked with Honolulu police and fire departments, as well as several state and federal partners, to find the girl.
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