By Ryan Ngala[Soho, New York] It was 33 years ago when Etan Patz was vanished at the scene from a former bodega store after he leaves his home to go to school now Etan Patz’s parents demands answers of where was his son, where could he be, back in 1979 where he was murder when Patz’s parents still had no clue where he was and that’s where the police officers had caught up to him. On May the 25th of this year marks the death anniversary of the mystery disappearance of Etan Patz when he was just 6-years old, as the residents from Soho was in shocked that just a sweet innocent little boy could have never died so young as police officers where searching and looking for clues that can find any evidence involving in the disappearance of Etan Patz but just then sign of the posters that read “Still Missing Lost Child Etan Patz” that was missing since Friday May 25th, 1979, and now the same Friday of May the 25th of this year in 2012 the police has caught their man responsible for murdering 6-year old Etan Patz his name was Pedro Hernandez a 51-year old man who now police lured the child “With the promise of a beverage for a soda and led him to the basement of a former bodega store and strangled him there” said Police Commissioner Ray Kelly. Where he put Etan’s body in a bag took it about a block and a half away and left it “with the trash” Kelly said. Police arrested Mr. Hernandez at his home in Maple Shade, New Jersey, where his wife Rosemary, and daughter, Becky, yesterday drive away after he was taken into custody for the Etan Patz mysterious disappearance has changed New York city forever and that justice has been done for the parents of Etan Patz, Stan and Julie Patz after the news broke this story, Pedro Hernandez who was charged with second-degree murder after yesterday’s arrest of the of the married New Jersey dad native who was 18 years old when Etan was killed. But as the evidence was being file by the police officers it stills seem so sure that this kind they are still looking for other people that where being involved and there names where José Ramos and a second possible suspect Othniel Miller, now 75 emerged last month.