Woman Surrenders to FBI, Girl Reunites with Father

Yvette Torres, a woman on the FBI's most wanted list, surrenders to authorities a dozen years after being accused of kidnapping her daughter.


A woman on the FBI's most wanted list for allegedly kidnapping her daugher has turned herself into authorities and returned the girl to her father in Hauppauge. 

New York Daily News reports that Yvette Torres 49,  accused of kidnapping her 2-year-old daughter more than 12 years ago, turned herself in on Sept. 5. The teen was reunited with her father David Beck IV of Hauppauge, according to an FBI spokeswoman. 

Torres allegedly took her daughter overseas to obstruct Beck's parental rights. She was released on $75,000 bail as part of a deal worked out in advance. 

Author Alice Sebold used a photo of Torres and Beck's daughter and other missing children to illustrate a special edition of "The Lovely Bones," a novel about a young girl who is abducted and murdered. 

Read more on New York Daily News about Torres' turning herself in to the FBI. 


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