Mazatlan Foreign Community and Tourists Suffer Robberies

Ramiro Lizárraga Medina said that an operation was implemented in housing areas of the tourist strip

Mazatlan, Sin.- The number of crimes such as robberies in homes and vehicles has increased considerably in recent weeks in the city’s tourist strip, especially that which includes the Flamingos , Lomas de Mazatlan, Gaviotas and Sábalo Country districts. , affirmed Ramiro Lizárraga Medina.

The Secretary of Public Security in Mazatlan said that the main victims of these crimes are American and Canadian; For this reason, an operative is already being implemented where suspicious vehicles or reports of the same citizenship are reviewed, in order to inhibit the criminals.

Vigilance and Extra Police are working there were to strengthen the sectors and because it is a tourist area, we cannot put a very big or colorful operation because we may scare the tourist.

He noted that most of the detainees are people who work in the area and know in detail the schedules of those who settle in the aforementioned divisions.

He exhorted the citizens to report any suspicious person in the area and they will go and verify if it represents a danger both for those who settle there, as for those who work and go to restaurants and businesses in the Golden Zone.

SPECIAL OPERATION

The robberies to houses and vehicles, the subdivisions being monitored:

Flamingos

Lomas de Mazatlán

Gaviotas

Sábalo Country

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