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The FBI is seeking to question a man – who is reportedly known as a “master of disguise” – in connection with the disappearance and presumed death of his girlfriend in Mexico after he used an alias to enter the U.S., officials said.
Tyler Adams, 50, was detained and questioned in Mexico earlier this month regarding the disappearance of his girlfriend, Raquel Sabean. But he left Mexico and entered the U.S. through the San Ysidro Port of Entry in San Diego, California, on June 16, the FBI said. He allegedly used a bogus name – “Aaron Bain” – and has a history of using aliases, including fake and stolen identities, the agency said.
Investigators first detained Adams in connection with an Amber Alert related to the toddler’s disappearance. The girl was reported missing on June 10 but was later found safe in Mexico.
But Adams was uncooperative when questioned about Sabean, the FBI said.
Several reports describe how Adams is a “master of disguise” who has a criminal history dating back decades. According to the FBI, he is also wanted for escaping state custody in Hawaii in 2020.
Fox News’ Haley Chi-Sing contributed to this report.
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