Honduran and Salvadoran migrants make theirs in Tapachula, to the extent of invading some properties
TAPACHULA.- Honduran and Salvadoran migrants make theirs in Tapachula, to the extent of invading some properties. One of these cases was registered in a house located on the 2nd. Calle Poniente, between the 10th and 12th Avenue South of this city.
A few days ago the owner appeared at the aforementioned house, which is vacant. Regrettably, at that moment he realized that he was being invaded by a group of people, between men and women of foreign origin, apparently from Honduras and El Salvador.
For that reason, she requested that they immediately evict or otherwise she would request the intervention of the authorities since it was a crime what they were committing.
Shortly after, the owner was responsible for cleaning the house and reinforce the main door and garage to prevent them from being invaded by these people.
It was learned that in other parts of the city, neighborhoods, and colonies, these undocumented people have taken to the task of invading homes or properties whose owners are outside the city.
Source: el sol de mexico, noticieros televisa
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