Victorio Abueg Santiago is a U.S. Navy Sailor who went missing with his two sons on July 12, 2002 from the Pearl Harbor area of Hawaii. Due to marital issues, Victorio Santiago had a restraining order against him by his wife, Ruby. On July 12, 2002, Victorio Santiago went to the home where Ruby and their two sons lived to try to talk her into lifting the restraining order. The visit ultimately led to a physical altercation between Victorio and Ruby and Ruby locked herself in the bathroom. Victorio Santiago then fled with their two sons, Noel and Daniel. At the time of the disappearance in 2002, Noel was 11 years old and Daniel was 7 years old. It is believed that Victorio Santiago left in a car he had been renting, a light green four door 2000 model year Daewoo Leganza with Hawaii license plate JGS-405. The vehicle has yet to be located. Victorio Santiago is of Philippine decent and law enforcement believes that Victorio and the two sons (Noel and Daniel) may still be in Honolulu or may have fled to the Philippines.
Victorio Abueg Santiago was 38 years old at the time of his disappearance in July 2002. Victorio Santiago is described as being Asian or Pacific Islander, stands 5 feet 9 inches tall, and weighs 150 to 165 pounds. Victorio Santiago has brown hair and brown eyes. Victorio Santiago is known to wear prescripion glasses and has a birthmark on his left leg.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Victorio Abueg Santiago or his sons Noel and Daniel, contact the Honolulu Police Department, Detective Phil Camero, at 808-529-3115 or the Naval Criminal Investigative Service Honolulu at 808-474-1218 reference case # HNMSDB254. (NamUs MP # 3969)