DENMARK, Maine — As the 18th anniversary of Angel "Tony" Torres' disappearance approaches, his parents are once again calling for anyone with information to step forward.
Torres, who grew up in Denmark, Maine, went missing on May 21, 1999, in the Biddeford/Old Orchard Beach area. Foul play is suspected.
At the time, he was a 21-year-old junior at Framingham State College in Massachusetts. Torres would have turned 39 on April 1.
His parents, Narciso and Ramona Torres of Denmark, are pleading for information as they have done in years past.
"We have hope that everyone working together, maybe we can solve this case, because we're not giving up," said Ramona Torres. "As long as we're alive and can do it, we'll continue to work with the state police."
There is a $15,000 reward for information, much of which has been raised from donations. T
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Maine State Police's Major Crimes Unit-South at One Game Farm Road, Gray, ME. 04039, or call (800) 228-0857 (in state) or (207) 657-3030 (out of state).