Crimestoppers has cancelled a missing persons report after both Pavla Stuchlikova and her son Benjamin Stuchlik were found safe, at 10:00 p.m. Wednesday.
CrimeStoppers and the Honolulu Police Department were seeking the public’s assistance in locating Pavla Stuchlikova and her three-year-old son, Benjamin Stuchlik. They were last seen on April 29, 2014, at approximately 4 a.m.
The two were spending the night at a friend’s home in Hawaii Kai, along with Stuchlikova’s 16-year-old son, Kamil Stuchlik.
“She told me my brother went to the bathroom while he was sleeping,” he said. “She told me she was going to go change him, so I opened the door… for the main door from our friend’s house, so she went to the car and I guess she started changing him and stuff, but since then, I never saw her again.”
Kamil Stuchlik says the next morning, Stuchlikova’s car was still in the garage with the trunk open. He also says police told him her cell phone was found in a neighbor’s yard.
Kamil Stuchlik says his mother showed no sign of being sad or upset. “She’s really always happy and positive about things,” he said. “She never really has anything bad or anything depressed or anything on her mind, so it’s really unusual for us.”
Stuchlikova was later seen on two surveillance videos Wednesday afternoon at a First Hawaiian Bank ATM on Kapiolani Blvd, then at the TJ Maxx department store in town.