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For Immediate Release

May 31, 2016 Charles Bradley, Deputy U.S. Marshal
Capital Area Regional Task Force
Eastern District of Virginia (703) 906-8154
U.S. Marshals Hunt for Alleged Attempted Rapist
'Family friend targets young girl victim'
Eligible for a Cash Reward for information leading to his arrest
Estanislao AlfaroAlexandria, VA - The U.S. Marshals and the Commonwealth of Virginia are seeking the public’s help in locating Estanislao Alfaro. Alfaro, 63, is wanted for attempted rape of a child less than 13 years old and animate object sexual penetration. The incident took place inside the victim’s home, in an apartment complex, located at 3900 Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria, VA 22305.

On Dec. 11, 2013, at approximately 4:00am, the child went to use the bathroom. Once she exited the bathroom Alfaro pulled her to the ground, took off her shorts, inserted his finger into her vagina, and got on top of her. The girl began making noise by slamming her hands on the ground to wake her father. Once the father awoke, Alfaro ran out of the building heading towards the intersection of Russell Road and Executive Drive. Alfaro was a friend of the child’s father and resided in the living room of their apartment.

Estanislao Alfaro is a dangerous fugitive. Federal and local law enforcement officers have made apprehending this fugitive a priority.

Authorities believe that Alfaro may still be in the Alexandria/Arlington area. Alfaro also has personal ties to Texas; however, his whereabouts are unknown.

Estanislao Alfaro, is a 5-foot-4 Hispanic male from El Salvador. He weighs approximately 170 pounds, has short grey hair, brown eyes, a small scar under his right eye and a scar on his left hand.

Any information that will directly lead to the arrest of “Estanislao Alfaro” may be eligible for a cash reward.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the nearest U.S. Marshals office or the U.S. Marshals Service Communications Center at 1-800-336-0102, or email:

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