Thursday January 19, minor Maria Angela Olguín Bustamante From the Indios Verdes hideout, north of Mexico City, disappeared outside a public restroom at Exit G.
The 16-year-old girl was accompanied by her mother, who accompanied her to do school paperwork. Relatives and friends cooperated in the search for not being found blocked Four hours on the Mexico-Pachuca Highway, Gustavo A. Madero in the limits of the mayor’s office and in the Mexican municipality of Tlalnepantla.
“We left the Indios Verdes Metro, we went down this corridor; We went to the bathroom. He put me in, my daughter is waiting; I go in, I line up, I’m watching it from the inside, standing here, When it was my turn to go straight to the bathroom, he ushered me in. About 10 seconds later I heard her yelling ‘mom’ at me. At that point I hurry, I get out as quickly as possible and my daughter is no longer there,” the mother explained in an interview for N+.
He explained that he looked for her with his eyes and then began dialing her cell phone, but it was already being sent to her mailbox. There’s a camera there, but they tell him it’s undergoing maintenance.
Mexico City Attorney General’s Office (FGJCDMX) issued amber alert and also shared an information card where he announced that he has a research folder and activated the search protocol with the associated issuance of flyer photos.
also ordered to act inter-institutional tracking, As well as working out the geolocation of the cell phone that the teenager was in possession of, in addition to a detailed review of her telephone numbers and social networks.
It was also detailed that the Investigative Police (PDI) coordinated with Mexico City C5’s Command, Control, Computing, Communications and Civilian Liaison Center staff to review and locate the zone’s public and private video surveillance cameras.