Monday, October 8, 2018

Missing Monday: Diamond Bynum & King Rajan Walker



Diamond Bynum and her nephew King Rajan Walker have been missing from Gary Indiana since July 25, 2015.



King, 2 years old at the time of his disappearance is an African American male. He was born May 11, 2013. King is 3' tall and weighs 34 lbs. He has brown eyes and black hair that was in dread locks. He was last seen wearing red pants and a blue shirt.

Diamond is an African American female. Her date of birth is February 18, 1994. Diamond is 4'8 and weighs 238. She has brown eyes and black hair. Diamond has what is known as Prader-Willi syndrome and walks with a distinctive limp.

Prader-Willi syndrome also called PWS is a genetic disorder that causes obesity, intellectual disability and shortness in height. Treatment can help but this condition can not be cured. People with Prader-Willi usually are developmentally delayed, have learning disabilities and are excessively hungry.

Diamond's father explained that she was 21 years old but mentally functioned at a Kindergarten level.

Diamond and King disappeared from Diamond's home on the 500 block of Matthews street. The family just moved to Gary IN from Hammond IN. On July 25, 2015 King was dropped off to spend the day with his grandfather Eugene, his wife Suzanne, and his aunt Diamond. King's mother commuted back and forth to Chicago for beautician classes. Later that morning around 11am Suzanne had woke up from taking a nap with King. She was surprised to find the house empty. The family immediately believed Diamond and King had went out for a walk. This was something she would do normally when they lived at their previous address. This was cause for concern though because Diamond was unfamiliar with this new neighborhood.

Multiple searches were conducted but nothing has ever been discovered of Diamond or King. Abandoned buildings in the neighborhood were searched, flyers have been passed door to door. Eugene has been open about his disappointment with the investigation he has asked that it be handed over to the F.B.I. I agree with Eugene its been long enough that the F.B.I should be called in. Get some fresh new eyes out there. These two precious people deserve it.

Its perplexing to me that nothing was ever found. Diamond would not have been able to walk far from home. Her family doubted even a few blocks. My prayers are with this family that soon Diamond and King can be brought home soon where they belong.

As always wishing you all love and light Bree..

If you have any information concerning Diamond or King please contact the Gary Police Department 219-881-1260

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