Brit Eugene May is a World War II Veteran who was last seen at the ranch that his family owned in Veracruz, Mexico on July 26, 2011. During World War II, Brit Eugene May was a Pilot with the rank of 1st Lieutenant in the Army Air Corps. After leaving the Military, Brit Eugene May decided he would settle down in Tamiahua, Veracruz, Mexico and become a cattle rancher. Brit Eugene May built his ranch which is named “El TelPalquillo”, remarried and had two sons. In 2006, Brit Eugene May decided that he would move back to the United States with his family. One of his sons was denied entry into the United States because his naturalization papers were not accepted, so Brit Eugene May made the decision to stay in Mexico with his 18 year old son so he would not be left in Mexico alone.
From the Missing Americans page for Brit Eugene May:
The family of Brit Eugene May has been in contact with the U.S. Embassy, but the Embassy said they cannot send an agent out to investigate a case so they contacted the Mexican police to keep track of the investigation by phone. The officers in charge of the case are Comandante Gilberto Frausto (A.V.I) and Jose Augusto de Leon Ulloa. Newspapers in Mexico have reported various negligent statements that have hurt the investigation. They Reported to the American Embassy that the Ranch was too hazardous to send a search party so they couldn’t do anything but wait.
Brit Eugene May was 88 years old at the time he went missing in 2011. Brit Eugene May is 6 feet 2 inches tall with a slim build. Brit Eugene May has gray / white hair with a mustache and wears prescription glasses.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Brit Eugene May, contact the U.S. Embassy in Mexico using the following phone numbers:
(From the U.S.) 011-52-55-5080-2000, extension 0
(From Mexico) 01-55-5080-2000, extension 0
or through their Website: http://mexico.usembassy.gov/
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