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Listed below are some of the missing persons currently reported in the State of New Jersey. To see more information on each missing person, click on More Info. If you have a tip or would like to add a case to the web site, call the New Jersey State Police, Missing Persons Unit at #609-882-2000, extension x2554.
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EL SAYED,AMENA
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Name EL SAYED,AMENA
Amena was last seen on January 22, 2006 when she was abducted by her non-custodial father, Mohammed El Sayed from South Orange, NJ. Mohammed El Sayed has a felony warrant that was issued on January 24, 2006. Mohammed is a 5'4", 170 pounds caucasian male with black hair and brown eyes. Mohammed's date of birth is December 27, 1967. He does have a scar on the tip of his index finger. He may use the last name El Seyed or Elseyed. They are both believed to have left the country and traveled to Egypt. Any further information, please contact South Orange Police Department at #973-763-3000  or  NJSP Missing Persons Unit at #800-709-7090.
Sex Female
Race White
Date of Birth 08/16/2002
Height 3' 00''
Weight 40
Hair Black
Eyes Brown
Complextion Light
Date of Last Contact 01/22/2006
NCIC # M665472389
Case # 06-950
County Essex
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