FL ENRIQUE CORTEZ-DUBAN: Missing from Panama City Beach, FL - 5 July 2021 - Age 6 *Found Deceased*

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6-year-old boy missing out of Panama City Beach
Authorities are searching for a missing 6-year-old boy out of Panama City Beach.

FDLE said Enrique Cortez-Duban went missing on the beach behind the Shores of Panama condominium on South Thomas Drive at 11:30 a.m. Monday.






 

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Police looking for new leads in search for missing 6-year-old boy​


Panama City Beach Police officials said they’re continuing to investigate the missing child as both a possible drowning and an abduction. A spokesperson for the department tells Newschannel 7 police are following abduction protocols as well as employing drones, dive teams and helicopter searches of the water,

Officials said six-year-old Enrique Cortez-Dubon was last seen in knee high water, and officers said they were told the child did not swim well and was not wearing floaties.

Beach Police said at this time, there’s no evidence of an abduction; however, they tell us they can’t abandon their response team efforts with that portion of the investigation.

They said evidence is leading them to believe Enrique went missing in the water.

Police also said they’re extremely concerned with potential 40 mph winds coming into the area Tuesday evening, as well as the potential for high seas on Wednesday. They said this could deter water search efforts.
 

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Police looking for new leads in search for missing 6-year-old boy​


Panama City Beach Police officials said they’re continuing to investigate the missing child as both a possible drowning and an abduction. A spokesperson for the department tells Newschannel 7 police are following abduction protocols as well as employing drones, dive teams and helicopter searches of the water,

Officials said six-year-old Enrique Cortez-Dubon was last seen in knee high water, and officers said they were told the child did not swim well and was not wearing floaties.

Beach Police said at this time, there’s no evidence of an abduction; however, they tell us they can’t abandon their response team efforts with that portion of the investigation.

They said evidence is leading them to believe Enrique went missing in the water.

Police also said they’re extremely concerned with potential 40 mph winds coming into the area Tuesday evening, as well as the potential for high seas on Wednesday. They said this could deter water search efforts.
Water? Wonder what led them to this conclusion. :unsure:
 

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Calling it the “last thing” he wanted to say, Chief J.R. Talamantez confirmed every parent’s worst fear Tuesday and announced that a 6-year-old boy who went missing on Panama City Beach had been found dead.

“They didn’t do anything wrong,” he said of the boy’s parents. “This was a horrible accident.”

“I think they could all use a couple of prayers right now,” Talamantez said. “No parent should ever have to go through that.”

He also requested privacy for the family and said department chaplains were assisting them along with the multiple agencies who responded to the search.
 

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