Five young people, including two minors, who were reported missing in recent days, were located by the Jalisco Prosecutor’s Office.
According to the report of their relatives, the two minors stopped having contact with them between February 17 and 19.
“After receiving the corresponding complaint at the Office of the Specialized Prosecutor for Missing Persons, the search protocols were activated, achieving their location and they are waiting to meet their relatives,” the agency said in a statement.
Yet yet stay active a research folder for the disappearance of a minor of Russian origin called Liliana Ignateva, who was last seen on February 17 in the municipality of Tlajomulco.
According to the authorities, the investigation is ongoing “waiting to achieve satisfactory results.”
– Prosecutor of the State of Jalisco (@FiscaliaJal) February 21, 2020
Regarding the other three young people, of legal age, who were also located, the Prosecutor’s Office informed that the relatives filed the corresponding complaints last Friday when they did not hear from them.
It is presumed that another woman was with them, but no complaint was filed with her before the Office of the Specialized Prosecutor for Missing Persons.
“It is also reported that these were voluntary absences and none of them were victims of any crime,” said the Prosecutor’s Office.
According to the Information System on Victims of Disappearance of the Jalisco government, there are 8,872 people pending in the entity, of which 1,777 are women; Of these, 537 are between 10 and 24 years old.