15-year-old girl disappears in Nuevo León; She wears a T-shirt from the Medical Technical High School

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Ángela Lizbeth Treviño González, 15 years old, disappeared since last October 12 in the municipality of San Nicolás.

His family and friends ask for support from the public and the authorities to find his whereabouts.

The young woman, apparently a UANL student, was last seen in the Centro neighborhood of the aforementioned municipality.

On the day of his disappearance, he was wearing a light gray jacket, a polo shirt with the logo of the Medical Technical High School, jeans, and gray boots.

The search sheet states that Angela has straight reddish hair, light brown skin, dark brown eyes, a large round nose, a medium-sized mouth, a height of 1.53 meters and a regular build.

As particular signs, it is indicated that he has a mole on his upper lip on the right side.

The authorities provided citizens with the following numbers 8119903873 and 8120332656 to provide information about their whereabouts.

Missing persons double in Nuevo León

On August 30, it was announced that from 2022 to 2023, the registry of missing persons in Nuevo León more than doubled, going from 71 cases to 161, according to data from the National Registry of Missing Persons. and Non-Localized (RNPNL).

However, if we count 2021, when the figure was 42 people, the growth would be triple, which reveals an unresolved crisis, since from January 1, 1962 to date, there is a total of four thousand 298 people missing.

On May 22, 2022, Professor José Antonio Menchaca disappeared in Apodaca, when he was on his way to one of his daughters' house. Since then, his relatives have not heard from him and have not responded.

“In July they started sending us messages through WhatsApp, making us references that they knew where my father's remains were. Immediately, we spoke to the Prosecutor's Office and they told us that they were all going to be on vacation together,” explained Athziri Menchaca, the teacher's daughter.

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Published by Maria Amalia Varela on Monday, October 16, 2023


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