Unsolved Missing: Evelin Vilabayova - MA, since July 2011
Missing: Evelin Vilabayova
From: N. Quincy, MA
Date: July 17, 2011
Case: Foul Play/Unsolved Missing
Hair: Long dark brownish-black
Eyes: dark brown
Weight: 115 lbs
Other: Spoke 8 languages
Massachusetts State Police at (617) 593-8840
(Anonymous Tip Line)
Circumstance: Authorities suspect Evelin Valibayova was killed. And, if they are right, she was murdered by a monstrous man: a convicted kidnapper paroled in 2006, years earlier than the wishes of the federal judge who sent him away for 75 years. Evelin, a native of Azerbaijan, was last seen in mid-July 2011, caught on surveillance video as she exited the North Quincy Station on the Red Line. Since then, authorities have said only that they had found forensic evidence in her bedroom — and had a person of interest in her case. Her family and friends are devastated, and her body is yet to be found. Investigators later found some of her belongings, including a brown shoulder bag, her cellphone, wallet, and other papers dumped in a Dorchester neighborhood. Without a body, pursuit of a murder indictment against the suspect is problematic, according to authorities, even though the amount of blood indicates a person could not have survived. Her family needs her earthly body for proper burial and for justice.
The suspect worked in her apartment building as a handy man. John D. Castonguay, who in 1986 lured a 9-year-old girl walking her puppy in Woonsocket, R.I., to a remote area of Blackstone, Mass., where he sexually and physically assaulted her in a gravel pit, leaving her naked and bleeding, tying a rope across her mouth, according to court records.
According to court records, the DA said "he had keys and unfettered access to her apartment, and he admitted to being in her apartment, including cleaning the apartment after her disappearance. [Castonguay] remains a suspect in this case.'' To date, he is incarcerated for parole violations and hasn't been charged for the murder.
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