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Missing child found

Father waiting to be extradited to Washington

According to a press release by the Pullman Police Department, the two-year-old who went missing on June 3 was found over the weekend with her father at a roadside checkpoint near Santa Ana, Mexico.

All three were detained by authorities in Mexico and turned over to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

According to the press release, Aung is currently being held in the Santa Cruz County Detention Center in Nogales, Arizona, awaiting extradition back to Whitman County on an outstanding warrant for Custodial Interference 1st Degree. Cole was subsequently deported back to the United States. The child has been in the care of Arizona Child Protective Services.

Seraya Aung Harmon went missing when her father Aaron Aung did not return her to her mother’s custody in early June.

21-year-old Nadia Cole was also reported missing to Port of Seattle Police at the end of May and was thought to be traveling with Aaron and Seraya by the Port of Seattle Police Department.


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Gabrielle is a sophomore multimedia journalism major from Bremerton, WA. Gabrielle has worked for the evergreen since Oct. 2022.

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