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Family Of Six With A History Of Domestic Violence Goes Missing Mysteriously

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An entire family with an alleged history of domestic violence has gone missing, under what investigators are calling "suspicious circumstances."Daniel Perez, 43, and Erica Perez, 39, were reported missing today, along with their four sons—Jordan, 11; Jaiden, 9; Tristan, 8; and Alex, 6. They have not been seen since December 6, five days ago,KTLA reports.

Neither parent has answered messages or their phone, and Daniel has not gone to work for the last two days. Relatives told police that Daniel and Erica have a "history of domestic violence" and an unstable relationship, according to a release from the Montebello Police Department.

Daniel Perez is 5'10", 140 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Erica Perez is 5'3", 110 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. The family may be driving a black, four-door Honda Accord with tinted windows, California license plate number 7FKV020.

Anyone with information should call the Montebello Police Department at 323-887-1313.