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Thursday, February 2, 2012

International Child Abduction: Mateo Hellinger Suro


Name: Mateo Hellinger Suro
From: Los Angeles, CA
Sex: Male
Age: 6 y/o
Height: 3'8" (112 cm) - At time of disappearance
Weight: 42 lbs (18 kg) - At time of disappearance
Race: Hispanic/White
Eye Color: Hazel
Hair Color: Dark Blonde
Date of Birth: Jan 31, 2006
Date of Disappearance: Jun 09, 2010
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Mateo was abducted by his non-custodial mother, Maria Elena Suro Azcarraga. She was given permission after her divorce from Mateo's father to travel to Mexico for two weeks and did not return at the end of the two weeks. A felony warrant was issued for her on February 14, 2011. They are believed to be in the Cancun, Mexico region and/or possibly on the island of Cozumel, Mexico.  Mateo has a scar above his left eye. He is Biracial: White and Hispanic. Mateo may go by the name Mateo Suro. The abductor, Maria Elena Suro Azcarraga, may go by the name Elena Suro Azcarraga or Elena Suro.  Picture of Maria available from links below. 

LOS ANGELES (CA) POLICE DEPARTMENT 1-877-275-5273 or 1-818-756-4800

TSM Advertising "Missing Children Project" works with Child Quest International (CQI) to locate missing children by showing their images on commercial screens. TSM and CQI have also developed a series of radio commercials designed to drive parents to the CQI website where they’ll find valuable information about keeping their children safe from abduction. 

The objective of TSM’s and CQI's missing children TV project is to locate missing children by showing their images on commercial screens throughout the United States, thus providing thousands of people with the information necessary to help Child Quest International bring missing children home. 

Law enforcement officials identified pictures as the single most important tool in the search for a missing child. One out of six children featured in photo campaigns is found as a direct result of the photo. The public plays a tremendously important role in the search for missing children, and photographs are the critical link between the public and law enforcement.

As part of this program, TSM and CQI will create partnerships with the business community allowing missing children’s images to be shown on commercial screens. Thus, developing an awareness program designed to deliver those images and vital information about missing children to the general public during commercial advertising time periods. The video commercial announcements may be shown during specific television programming (i.e. CNN Headline News), on retail screens in various locations (i.e. restaurants, supermarkets and malls), in movie theaters, at sporting events and so forth.

Thank you to TSM Advertising for partnering with us on the "Missing Children Project" & Keeping Hope Alive for all missing children and their families!

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