Sky Metalwala vanished several weeks ago in a case that cast immediate suspicion on his mother. In the latest update in the missing Bellevue boy's disappearance, it's being revealed that new items have been discovered.
Cindy Adams with Examiner shares that investigators found "items of interest" related to the disappearance of two-year-old baby Sky Metalwala. The items are being looked over by forensic specialists, and detectives are not clarifying on what these items may be. Hopefully the new finds lead investigators in the right direction and Sky is found soon.
It's been a quiet week in the investigation of this missing child, and his mother, Julie Buryikova, has been silent. She hasn't addressed the media once since her child vanished, and only wrote an email describing her ex husband as a "violent Pakistani muslim." This is just as suspicious as her behavior on the day of Sky's disappearance.
What happened to missing baby Sky Metalwala?
He was reported missing not long after the disappearance of baby Lisa Irwin, and the circumstances surrounding his disappearance are just as suspicious as hers. Buryikova claims to have left him unattended in her car, which she claimed ran out of gas. She walked over a mile away with her four-year-old daughter. When she returned, her child was gone. The father of the missing boy, Solomon Metalwala, claims that he hadn't seen his son in at least a week prior to his disappearance. The only people who had seen the child in at least a week or two were his mother and four-year-old sister.
Here's a thought: Have investigators thought of interviewing the sister?
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