Lucely Aramburo

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Above Images: Aramburo, circa 2007


Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

  • Missing Since: June 2, 2007 from Miami, Florida
  • Classification: Endangered Missing
  • Date of Birth: November 16, 1983
  • Age: 23 years old
  • Height and Weight: 4'11 - 5'4, 100 - 110 pounds
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Hispanic female. Brown hair, brown/hazel eyes. Aramburo has a scar on her left hand, a scar below her left knee, a Caesarean section scar on her lower abdomen, freckles on her shoulders and face, and musical notes tattooed on her back. A photograph of her tattoo is posted below this case summary. Her nickname is Lilly and many accounts refer to her by that name. She may use the alias names Ashley Green and/or Amber Hall. Aramburo's ears are pierced. She has previously broken her right wrist and her back.
  • Clothing/Jewelry Description: Pajamas.
  • Medical Conditions: Aramburo suffers from schizophrenia and depression. At the time of her disappearance, she was taking medication to control her conditions. She also has a history of abusing many types of illegal drugs.
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    Details of Disappearance

    Aramburo was last seen on June 2, 2007 in Miami, Florida. Her boyfriend, Christen Pacheco, stated they had an argument and she walked out of his apartment at 2:00 a.m., wearing only her pajamas and no shoes, carrying two bungee cords, and leaving behind her purse and cellular phone. She has never been heard from again. Pacheco reported her missing 24 hours later. He says before he went to the police, he searched the neighborhood for hours looking for her. Aramburo had no car at the time of her disappearance and usually used public transportation to get around.

    Aramburo's loved ones stated it is uncharacteristic of her to leave without warning and they did not believe she would have abandoned her young son. She was in danger of losing her parental rights due to drug abuse. Although she had entered a drug treatment program in order to keep her son, her urine had tested positive for drugs a few days before her disappearance and the family court judge said she would lose her son if she did not complete the treatment program. In spite of the positive drug test, Aramburo denied under oath having used any substances. It's possible someone introduced them to her system without her knowledge.

    Although they were considering marriage, Aramburo's relationship with Pacheco was troubled and she reportedly told her mother she was afraid of him. Both of them abused drugs frequently. The police were called to their residence twice in response to Aramburo and Pacheco's arguments, but no arrests were ever made. Since Aramburo's disappearance, Pacheco has been arrested several times on drug charges.

    Aramburo was born in San Francisco, California and moved to Miami as a baby. Her parents divorced when she was very young and she's had no contact with her father since then. As a child, Aramburo starred for several seasons on the Sabado Gigante Show, a Spanish-language weekly variety show that's broadcast to millions of viewers throughout the Americas. According to her mother, she began using drugs in her freshman year of high school and was addicted to heroin within a few years. She dropped out of Hollywood Hills High School at age sixteen, but obtained her GED several years later. Since Aramburo's disappearance there have been reported sightings of her in the Miami area, but none of these accounts have been confirmed. Her case remains unsolved.

    Above: Tattoos on Aramburo's back


    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Miami-Dade Police Department


    Source Information
    North American Missing Persons Network
    MySpace Page for Lilly Aramburo
    Zero Gossip
    Justice for Lilly
    Project Jason
    The National Center for Missing Adults
    The Miami New Times
    Florida Department of Law Enforcement
    I'm Missing - Please Find Me: Crime Stoppers: Missing Persons by Cal Millar


    Updated 10 times since October 12, 2004.

    Last updated December 26, 2014; picture added.

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