Aloha and Welcome
This Website, findMasumi.org, is dedicated to the
continuing efforts of all those involved to bring Masumi Watanabe home.
Please join us in the search for this young lady from Japan.
Masumi and her family needs your help to return her home.
Abducted and Murdered
Last Known LocationCrimeStoppers and the Honolulu Police Department are seeking the public's assistance in locating Masumi WATANABE who was last seen on April 12, 2007 at about 9:20 a.m. walking on Pupukea Road near Aukauka Road. She spoke very little English. Read the calendar for more information.
|Sex: Female||Race: Japanese||Age: 21|
|Height: 5 Feet 2 inches||Weight: 100 lbs.||Color Hair: Black|
ClothingNavy blue hooded long sleeve sweater, brown shirt, blue denim pants, pink shoes.
Glasses with silver rims.
7th Year Memorial Service 2014
Monday, December 15, 2014
There will be a memorial service held in memory of Masumi Watanabe. It is Japanese tradition to hold a memorial service in observance of the 7th year following a death. Please join us and celebrate the life of Masumi.
150 Years: Minimum Sentence
"This is the result of the countless support we received from
the more than 30,000 people, and we are deeply grateful."
"We will continue to fight until the truth is revealed."
Masumi's Parents Plea for Help!
"We are devastated by this event, and we ask anyone who might
know anything about this case to please call the police.
Our family and our friends continue to pray for the return of
our beloved and precious daughter, Masumi Watanabe."
Searching for Masumi
The following areas have been searched according to media reports: Pupukea, Kahana Valley, Waimea Valley, Kaneohe, Nuuanu Pali Drive, Manoa, Kualoa Ranch, Maunawiliwili and the Waiahole Valley
Finding Masumi Watanabe's body is dependent on an individual coming forward with specific information or someone who can recollect seeing the convicted murderer, his company's truck, or his personal truck in a specific area and time between April 12-15, 2007 on Oahu.
Email Us for specifics about this reward and for more information.
In Japanese custom, the Daruma doll's one eye is painted in when a goal or wish is made.
When Masumi is found, the other eye will be painted in.