Parents of murdered schoolboy Etan Patz sell their SoHo loft for $3.75M

Mail Online | 5/25/1979 | Andrew Court For Dailymail.com
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The parents of murdered schoolboy Etan Patz have sold their SoHo loft - 40 years after their son vanished after leaving the home in one of America's most infamous missing child cases.

Stan and Julie Patz reportedly received $3.75 million for the property, located at 113 Prince Street.

Couple - Loft - Children - Son - Etan

The couple lived in the loft with their three children, before their oldest son Etan's highly-publicized disappearance in May 1979.

According to The New York Post, the couple are now preparing to relocate to Hawaii where their other son, Ari, now lives.

'They - Place - Share - Time - Child

'They are moving on... to a beautiful place to share whatever time they have left with their child and their grandchildren,' a neighbor told the publication.

'This is a new chapter that will help them live with their grief. They are very nice people. I just wish them luck'.

Patzs - SoHo - Loft - Decades - Etan

The Patzs continued to live at the SoHo loft in the decades after Etan's mysterious disappearance in the hopes that he would one day return home.

However, their hopes were quashed in 2012, when New Jersey man Pedro Hernandez confessed to killing the schoolboy on May 25 1979 - the exact same day that he vanished.

Hernandez - Years - Life - Murder

Hernandez was sentenced to 25 years to life for the heinous murder in 2017.

On May 25 1979, six-year-old Etan left the SoHo loft to walk to bus stop on his own for the very first time.

Julie - Patz - Son - Balcony - Building

Julie Patz watched her son from the balcony of the building before he turned a corner and vanished.

Etan's disappearance sparked a nationwide manhunt and he became one of the first missing children to have his photograph splashed across milk cartons by the police.

Parents - Children - Hotline - Anniversary - Disappearance

His parents helped establish a missing children's hotline and the anniversary of his disappearance is marked by National Missing Children's Day.

Despite the frantic search for him,...
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