The FBI Is Searching For This Fugitive

( The FBI is seeking to question a man in connection to the disappearance and presumed death of his girlfriend in Mexico after he eluded authorities by using an alias to enter the United States.

Tyler Adams, 50, who is reportedly known as a “master of disguise,” was detained and questioned in Mexico earlier this month regarding the disappearance of his girlfriend, Raquel Sabean.

But according to the FBI, Adams left Mexico on June 16, entering the US through the San Ysidro Port of Entry in San Diego using the false name “Aaron Bain.”

Authorities say Adams has a history of using fake and stolen identities.

Earlier this year, decomposing remains were found inside a vehicle believed to have been driven by Adams’ girlfriend. Officials said the body is believed to be that of Sabean, who had a 7-month-old child with Adams.

A spokesperson with the FBI’s San Diego Field Office said on Thursday that Mexican authorities control the crime scene and are conducting the autopsy and forensics examinations.

While both American citizens, Adams and Sabean were reportedly living in Tijuana, Mexico at the time of Sabean’s disappearance.

The 7-month-old child they share was reported missing on June 10. Authorities first detained Adams in connection with the Amber Alert on the toddler’s disappearance. The child was later found safe in Mexico.

But when questioned about Sabean’s disappearance, Adams was uncooperative, the FBI said.

Adams is a 5-foot-9 white male with brown hair weighing approximately 175 pounds. He was last seen in tan pants, a yellow short-sleeved shirt, and black running shoes. Authorities said Adams may have swelling under his eyes.

Adams has a criminal history dating back decades and is described as a “master of disguise.” He is also wanted in Hawaii for escaping state custody in 2020.