They report the disappearance of a Colombian family in Zacatecas
A colombian familymade up of two adults and three minors, was reported as missing since October 27 in Calera, Zacatecas.
According to local media reports, a armed commando broke into the home of the Colombian family in Calera and took the two adults and three minors.
The search and Amber Alert files were released today, November 2, 2023 by the Attorney General's Office of the State of Zacatecasalmost a week after the family was “arrested” by armed men in their home.
The five people missing in Calera, Zacatecas, are:
Yulieth Andrea Alfonso Alfonso36 years old, is 1.58 meters tall, has a thin face, and dark skin.
Jorge Alejandro García Villamil, He is 44 years old, is 1.70 tall and has small eyes and curly brown hair.
David Alejandro García Villamil3 years old, is approximately one meter tall, his skin is white and he has no particular signs.
Mia Garcia Alfonso6 years old, is 1.20 meters tall, has long brown hair, light brown skin, and was born in Colombia on November 16.
Daniel José Martínez Alonso11 years old, is around 1.52 meters tall, his skin is light brown and his hair is brown, wavy and short.
Zacatecas, land of the disappeared
The disappearance of the family from Zacatecas has shocked society, and comes almost two months after a group of young people was kidnapped on a ranch and a few days later, six were found dead.
In the state there are 3,643 people reported as missing or not located, according to data from the National Registry of Missing and Not Located Persons (RNPDNO) of the National Search Commission.
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