Alivia Kail

Photo of Alivia Christine Kail taken shortly before she went missing

ALLEGHENY, PITTSBURG, PA — FBI believe a missing Brookline resident who vanished after supposedly leaving for a trip to Florida with her boyfriend two years ago, may still be alive and may have been forced into a human sex trafficking ring.

Alivia Kail who is also known by family and friends as ‘Liv’, was 19-years-old when she went missing on March 4, 2011. According to her brother, Lance Kail, the young woman was at home packing for a trip to Florida that she and her boyfriend, Alexander Lorenzi, planned. The following day on March 5th, 2011 Alivia’s mother, Christine DiDiano, called Pittsburgh Police to report her daughter missing after not being able to reach her, which was unusual. PPD told DiDiano that because Kail is an adult, she would have to wait 24-48 hours before a missing persons report can be filed.

Several days later locals witnessed Lorenzi back in Pittsburgh, without Kail. When questioned about her whereabouts, he gives conflicting stories telling Kail’s family that she returned to Pittsburgh, but when Lance Kail, Alivia’s brother, went to speak with Lorenzi to find out where his sister was, his story begins to change and he tells Lance that she decided to stay in Florida. Lance felt something was also and got the Allegheny County Police to file a missing persons report.

When family and police pressed Lorenzi for more information, he cowered away, disconnected his phone line and lawyered up. A search warrant for Lorenzi’s home in Esplen, PA, was issued but nothing related to the disappearance of Kail was discovered. However, they did find drugs and a .22 Ruger that was in fact stolen. He was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property, possession of marijuana with the intent to deliver, and cocaine possession.

Now in a startling new update, FBI agents in Pennsylvania, who became involved in the missing woman’s case, now believe she is alive and is being exploited/forced into a human sex-trafficking ring.

On Tuesday when the news broke out Kail’s mother, Christine DiDiano, told Channel 11’s Alan Jennings that she now has new hope that her daughter may be alive.

“It’s been long, almost two years, but I’m just so hopeful that we could get Alivia back. It doesn’t matter how, I just want her to come back,” Kail’s mother, Christine Kail, said. “I will never give up. So many people who love her just want her back.”

Resolution Hope, a Pittsburgh-based group who are dedicated to finding victims enslaved and trafficked, have teamed up with FBI to discuss the new discovery.

Name: Alivia Christine Kail (nicknamed ‘Liv’)
Missing Since: 03/04/11
From: West Mifflin, Allegheny, PA
Age then: 19 (21 now)
Hair/Eyes: Changed hairstyle alot. Natural brown although the last time she was seen, she had light brown, almost blond hair. Blue eyes
Gender: Female
Race: Caucasian
Height: 5’0” (60 in)
Weight: 105 pounds (thin frame)
Other: A blue lily flower tattoo on right hip. Diamond stud nose piercing and pierced lip. Last seen wearing Black short-sleeved shirt and jeans, tennis shoes or UGG boots.

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Kail changed her hairstyle and color frequently — when she went missing she had lighter colored hair

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Liv Kail’s tattoo is similar to this photo of a blue lily

Missing: Alivia Christine Kail is a Facebook page related to the missing woman’s disappearance. Also, a website PA Liv Safe shows a timeline on this case and a picture of the missing woman’s tattoo and Lorenzi.

FBI agents say Pittsburgh, like many cities in the country and throughout the world, has a sex trafficking problem that needs to be addressed by law enforcement.

Polaris Project is a very informative website which is dedicated to helping victims of human trafficking and alerting the public on the crime.

NCMEC Case Number: NCMA1208482

Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact: Pittsburgh Police missing persons unit is 412-323-7141 or the Allegheny Police Department – 412-470-1300 and your local authorities.

Source:
WPXI
True Crime Report
NamUs
Dormont Brookline Patch