New York Couple Missing could be a fugitive from justice in the United States, according to a spokesman for the National Police

The spokesman for the National Police revealed on Tuesday the hypothesis that Orlando Moore, one of the two people who disappeared in the province of Samaná, is possibly a fugitive from the US justice system, because he had a judicial appointment in early April in the United States.

Frank Felix Durán revealed that Moore, who came to the country last March 23 with his partner Portia Ravenelle, had an appointment on April 3 in New York City. However, he said he did not know what the reasons for the citation were.

“We are waiting for the continuation of this information, we are doing the corresponding processes and we hope to conclude the case as soon as possible,” the police spokesman said at a press conference.

He added that the couple left Samana at dawn on March 27 and paid the Marbella toll at 1:41 in the morning, when their flight was scheduled to leave at 1:30 am from the Las Americas International Airport.

The couple had reserved a hotel room in Samaná from March 24 to 27.

On Monday the news network NBC New York announced that the couple’s relatives have not had contact with them for almost two weeks, and that they fear that “something bad has happened to them”.

The latest photograph published on the couple’s social networks is enjoying their stay in the northeast of the country.

National Police Press Conference

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