International manhunt for 2 adults believed to have missing child


In Pullman, Washington, local and federal investigators are collaborating to find a father, his toddler daughter whom he’s accused of abducting, and his fiancée. The search has expanded across multiple states and into Mexico. Pullman police issued an arrest warrant for Aaron Daniel Aung, 21, for custodial interference after he didn’t return his 2-year-old daughter, Seraya Aung Harmon, to her mother during a custody exchange on June 3.

Initially, Aung, who resides in Moscow, Idaho, was believed to have taken his daughter to Montana after purchasing camping gear and a Montana map book. However, investigations revealed that Aung didn’t go to Montana but instead headed towards Mexico.

The last sighting of Aung and his daughter was on May 29, the same day his fiancée, Nadia Cole, was reported missing from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Cole, 21, was reported missing by her family, who were supposed to travel to Europe with her.

A private investigator hired by Cole’s family mentioned that she left her belongings at the airport gate to use the restroom but was later seen leaving the airport looking distressed. The final camera footage of Cole shows her outside the airport near a light rail platform. In a statement to KING, Cole’s parents expressed deep distress over her disappearance and are praying for her safe return.

Seraya’s mother, Samara Harmon, made a heartfelt plea to Aung during an interview with KHQ-TV, urging him to bring their daughter home. She emphasized that all she and the police care about is the safe return of Seraya, setting aside any past issues between them.

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