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Bianca Lebron is missing from Bridgeport Connecticut (age progressed pic)
Bianca was last seen at school in Bridgeport, Connecticut on November 7, 2001. She told her friends there that her uncle was going to come take her shopping for the day. Witnesses said that she was seen getting into an older model, two-tone brown and tan van with tinted windows at 8:30 am before classes began. Bianca's family told police that she does not have an uncle, and none of her relatives owned a van resembling the one used in the abduction. She was not reported missing until 8:30 pm that day. The driver of the vehicle is described as a Hispanic male who was between 20-30 at the time of the abduction. In April 2002, police said they wanted to question Jason Lara about Bianca's disappearance. He resembles the sketch of Bianca's presumed abductor and one of his friends owned a van similar to the one Bianca was seen getting into. However, he apparently had an alibi for the time she disappeared.
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