Missing US trekker Sacco’s mom urges all to help locate her daughter
Mother of missing US trekker Aubrey Caroline Sacco Connie Sacco has urged all to help locate whereabouts of her missing daughter.
She, during a press conference in Kathmandu on Wednesday, specially urged the Nepal government and its concerned authorities for the proper investigation of her daughter’s disappearance.
Connie Sacco complained that police were not doing proper investigation to find her daughter, who had gone missing from Lama Hotel of the Langtang trekking route in Rasuwa district since 22 April, 2010.
“Unless we get the facts, we family members believe she is alive,” she said at press conference.
The family members visited Nepal four times, after her disappearance, to pressure the Nepali authorities to find the whereabouts of Aubrey, 25. She also informed that the high ranking police officers have expressed commitment to do everything possible to find out her whereabouts, but no progress has been made in the last two years.
“We were asked by them if my government would supply technology to help police in the investigation,” she said, adding, “The US government has authorised the assistance, but the authorities are not accepting the help.”
She also warned that if Aubrey is not found soon we will summon the international press and social media and organise an international “awareness campaign” on the “true danger of traveling to Nepal”.
The Sacco family form Colorado have also offered Rs. 2 million reward for the information leading to her whereabouts.