American siblings reported missing in Mexico found safely 612 miles away after they fled a family member’s home traveled south to reunite with their parents
Authorities in the northeastern state of Nuevo León launched an Ambert Alert Monday for Hugo Monfort (pictured), 9, and his sister, Aranza Monfort, 16, after the minors left a home in the García neighborhood of Real de San Felipe and failed to return last Friday. The children were located ‘in good health’ in the municipality of Heroica Veracruz, otherwise known as Veracruz, the Gulf of Mexico state of Veracruz on Tuesday, authorities revealed. Read the full story: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11890459/American-siblings-reported-missing-Mexico-safely.html?ito=msngallery
María del Carmen López (pictured), who holds dual U.S.-Mexico citizenship, was abducted February 9 from her home in Pueblo Nuevo, a small town in the western state of Colima. The mother-of-seven, who regularly traveled between Colima and Los Angeles, was outside her home when she was taken by force by men who had their faces covered. López attempted to fight off her captors, but was subdued and taken away in a truck and has not been seen ever since. Read the full story: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11890459/American-siblings-reported-missing-Mexico-safely.html?ito=msngallery
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