April 6, 2021 "A billboard went up on East Speedway in Tucson today and another
near the border in Tumacacori, Arizona asking for your help to reconnect me with my nephew who has been missing since 2013. His name is Braheem Aaronson; he
sometimes goes by Brian. I have done everything I can think of to find him. I have worked with the police, private detectives, contacted anyone I thought might know him and even stapled flyers to telephone poles. Me? I am in my eighties, and who knows how much time l have left on earth. So if you know Braheem, please tell him about our efforts to find him. Thank you for helping me and my entire family. We will be forever grateful to have Braheem back in our lives."
- Mark Aaronson, call/text me at 508-826-5157
Braheem is 6'3" tall, has blue eyes, brunette hair and a thin build. Braheem is mechanically inclined; so he could be repairing cars. He may have long hair and a beard now.
Braheem, who also uses the names Brian or Bryan, has been missing since 2013. He is believed to be in the Tucson area, however, he has no digital footprint: no cell phone, credit cards or social media presence. He was born in 1981; his mother’s labor started on an Iberia Airlines flight, hence his middle name. His father died when he was only 4. That's when Braheem’s Uncle Mark stepped in to help. Sadly, Braheem’s mother died of cancer when Braheem was a young man. So Uncle Mark did whatever he could for Braheem and his four siblings. Braheem is extremely kindhearted; the kind of guy everybody likes.
Uncle Mark AAronson
Mark Aaronson, President of the Aaronson Realty Group in Massachusetts, helped to support Braheem and his four siblings since Braheem was a young boy. Mark is now in his 80's and has ramped up his search with two billboards; one is in Tucson, Arizona and the other is in Tumacacori, Arizona. His efforts to find his nephew include: working with the police, social media efforts, hiring private detectives, canvasing local Arizona bars, folks near the border and other business establishments. Aaronson even stapled homemade posters to telephone poles. He wants to be reunited with Braheem for the most beautiful and simple reason: he loves him! If you know Braheem or have seen him, please email Mark with any information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Letters to Braheem from his family
A lot has happened since 2013, many family members have written letters to Braheem
to catch him up, share memories, and to let him know how much they want him back
in their lives.
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Contact Uncle Mark AAronson
Please let us know if you know the whereabouts of Braheem Aaronson.