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Kingsman Philanthropic Corp., a non-profit based in Miami, dispatched Kidnap Recovery Agents, as well as utilized Intelligence Operators and a consultant to help find the missing teen. She was located based on a tip elicited from a reward posted by Kingsman on social media.

Broward County, Florida–(Newsfile Corp. – July 6, 2021) – A press release on Parkland Talk read, “According to detectives, Victoria “Tori” Wymann was last seen on Tuesday, June 29, shortly before 1 p.m. at her home in Parkland. Surveillance video shows the juvenile exiting the home and entering a white vehicle with dark colored windows.” The story went viral in South Florida. That’s when Kingsman founder and Kidnap Recovery Agent, Michael Evans, was notified by a friend of the known circumstances of the case. Evans reached out to the parents of the missing teen and subsequently met them in a parking lot to discuss the disappearance. Evans had just left the gym on July 3 at approximately 11AM and his day didn’t end until the early morning hours of July 5.

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Kingsman Kidnap Recovery Agents Instrumental in Locating Missing Florida Teen

According to Sondae Esposito, President of USPA Nationwide Security, the parent company of Kingsman, she was monitoring the actions of Kingsman volunteers to sift through hundreds of leads provided to their social media account and emails. She was in constant communication with Evans who was on the ground, following up on leads, which began in the Coral Square Mall and led them to an area in Southern Broward County. Working parallel to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, Kingsman operators were able to get an anonymous caller to pinpoint the location of the missing teen. That information was relayed from the teen’s parents to Evans and simultaneously to law enforcement. Although, at that time, they were unable to locate Wymann, the girl was found and transported home by a family friend [from the exact location given by the tipster], who volunteered to help the family, in the early morning hours on July 5.

Kingsman utilized the help of Scott Velazquez, currently a training advisor for the non-profit. Velazquez is a retired New York City Second Grade Detective for Human Trafficking/Child Exploitation Investigations within the NYPD/FBI Child Exploitation Human Trafficking Task Force. Kingsman were also assisted by a consultant, Haley Robinson, most known for her role in the Jeffrey Epstein case. Robinson, who does public speaking to help trafficked girls, appeared on the Netflix Documentary, ‘Filthy Rich’ an expose on the widely covered Jeffrey Epstein Island. Kingsman also elicited the help of an up-and-coming rap artist from south Florida, who goes by the name 6pathsavage.

According to their website, “Kingsman contract with private detectives, military veterans, former and current law enforcement officers and volunteers to locate missing women and children on seven continents.” Sondae Esposito gave praise to her volunteers, who gave up their Independence Day to help locate the missing girl.

Evans gives the credit to the public for calling in the tips and information. “5 days into her disappearance, nobody had a clue where she was. Once we posted a reward, the tips came rolling in. It was a tip that led to the area where she was. The real credit should also go to the family friend who tirelessly surveilled the location and subsequently brought her home. I refer you to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office for any further details.”

Kingsman Philanthropic Corp. is a non-profit, 501c3 entity which funds close protection services for women and children; a branch of USPA Nationwide Security since 2005.

Contact:

Sondae Esposito
Kingsman
therealkingsman.org
(800) 214-1448

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