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CHERE LYN TOMAYKO

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Aliases:

Chere Cyprian, Chere Singleton, Chere Fuller, Chere Tomayko, Chere L. Tomayko

DESCRIPTION

Date(s) of Birth Used:

February 23, 1962

Place of Birth:

Fort Worth, Texas

Height:

5'2''

Weight:

90 pounds

Occupation:

Licensed Vocational Nurse

Hair:

Blonde

Eyes:

Blue

Sex:

Female

Race:

White

Remarks:

Tomayko may have fled to Costa Rica. She has the following scars: a scar on the outside of her left leg below the knee, a biopsy scar on the left side of her chest, a scar on her abdomen from a C-Section, and scars on her chest from breast implant surgery.

DETAILS

From 1990 to 1996, Chere Lyn Tomayko and her boyfriend were involved in child custody proceedings for Alexandria Camille Cyprian and acting as "joint managing guardians." In December of 1996, the Tarrant County District Court, Tarrant County, Texas, determined that both parents should retain joint custody. It was also determined that Alexandria's residence would be in Tarrant County.

In May of 1997, Chere Tomayko fled Texas with Alexandria Camille Cyprian in violation of the court order. Further investigation determined that, at that time, Tomayko left the United States with Alexandria and her other daughter and may have fled to Costa Rica. On November 15, 2000, Tomayko was indicted by a federal grand jury in the Northern District of Texas, Fort Worth Division, on one count of international parental kidnapping.

Victim - ALEXANDRIA CAMILLE CYPRIAN

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Photograph taken in 1997 Photograph age progressed to 12 years

Date(s) of Birth Used:

July 14, 1989

Place of Birth:

Fort Worth, Texas

Height:

4'0'' (at the time of her disappearance)

Weight:

55 pounds (at the time of her disappearance)

Hair:

Black

Eyes:

Brown

Sex:

Female

Race:

Black

Remarks:

Alexandria Camille Cyprian has a scar under her right eye.

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