The FBI and 3 private investigators couldn’t find a man but one woman did.

Newser: Finding Ryan Eugene Mullen was a tall order: Neither the FBI nor three private investigators could find the man wanted for stealing $2 million from federal agencies. But when a debt collection agency called Michelle Gomez—whose job, as a skip tracer, is to track down missing items and people in hiding—she got “that booting-up buzz” at the prospect of tracking down a man who had foiled the feds and three private investigators. Wired details her pursuit of Mullen, which began when the agency called about a 53-foot yacht he had taken. Gomez found some information about a Ryan Eugene Mullen on an online forum; more inconclusive data tied to his Social Security number was on a skip-tracing site, but mostly “for aka names,” Gomez says.

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