Iriana had last been seen with a man who allegedly told people he was from Honduras. He disappeared on the same day that Iriana vanished and authorities were left with few clues to his identity.
Seven years later, authorities matched DNA at the crime scene with a man who had been arrested a year earlier for forgery named Alexis Flores. Flores is now the prime suspect in Iriana DeJesus' kidnapping, rape and murder. Since authorities did not make the match until a year after his arrest, Flores was able to disappear a second time, and the alleged offender is still on the run today.
If you have any information about Flores, contact your local FBI office.
Daniel Hiers Jr. is a 37-year-old former police officer from South Carolina who was arrested for allegedly molesting an 11-year-old girl he met at a karate center. The girl reported that he had allegedly molested her repeatedly in his car and at her home, according to police reports.
Hiers was arrested for the first time for these allegations in November 2004, but did not report for a court appearance in March 2005 after posting bail. When neighbors came to look for him, they found that his wife, Ludimila, had been murdered. Hiers has not been seen since, and authorities fear he may have fled to Mexico. Investigators found his wife's car near the border in Laredo, Texas.
If you know where Hiers might be, call the U.S. Marshals at 1-800-336-0202.
Elby Hars served time for molesting his own daughter. After being released from prison, Hars allegedly enlisted his daughter as an accomplice in finding other young girls, police have charged.
After a 13-year-old girl told police in 2000 that Hars had molested her, authorities charged him with abuse. Hars disappeared, but his daughter turned herself in and is serving time in a South Carolina prison for criminal sexual conduct with a minor.
If you have information about Hars, contact your local FBI office.
John Hamilton was a trusted Little League coach and a prominent member of his community when he was arrested in Fairfax County, Va., in May 2009 after a 24-year-old man came forward saying he had been abused by Hamilton 12 years earlier.
In the course of the investigation, two other victims came forward and Hamilton was charged with sodomy, sexual battery, and taking indecent liberties with a child by a person in a supervisory relationship. The former coach did not show up for an October 2009 court date after being released on bond and he remains missing.
If you have seen Hamilton, contact Fairfax police at 1-866-411-8477.
Parents had no idea that the man they trusted with their kids had allegedly been molesting girls as young as 5 over a 20 year period, according to the U.S. Marshals Service. Authorities say Frederick McLean allegedly molested eight victims, one of whom claimed he molested her over 100 times. McLean was a devoted member of the Jehovah's Witnesses and allegedly used his position as a trusted Ministerial Servant to get close to young girls and molest them, legal documents state.