The Disappearance of Anthonette Cayedito. Arnold Circle, New
Mexico. April 6th, 1986.
On the 6th of April, 1986, 9-year-old Anthonette had vanished from her house in New Mexico. Her sister claimed that Anthonette had apparently answered the door of her house to a man who claimed to be her uncle. He grabbed her and shoved her into his vehicle.
Almost a year to the date of the disappearance, police received a phone call from a girl who identified herself as Anthonette. She told the operator that she was in Albuquerque but before she got a chance to give an exact location, before a man swore into the receiver and asked “who gave you permission to use the phone”. Afterwards, the line abruptly went dead. Years later according to a waitress sighting, a man and woman came in with a young girl who she described as “unkempt.”
As she was serving them, the young girl seemingly intentionally dropped her fork. When the waitress picked the fork up and placed it back on the table, the young girl grabbed her hand and squeezed it. After the man, woman, and girl left, the waitress went to clean the table and found writing on a napkin which read: “Please help me. Call the police.” By the time police arrived, the trio were long gone and they were never able to determine who the girl was.
Over the past 32 years, investigators have tracked down every
lead and reported sighting, while the case does still remain
open, police confessed in 2017 that they haven’t received any
new leads to pursue in years. Nevertheless, the whereabouts of
Anthonette still remains unknown.