Merchants of the Mazatlan Historic Center ask for more security

Due to the increase in the influx of consumers for Christmas shopping, they call the Ministry of Public Security to reinforce surveillance

Given the increase in the influx of buyers in the first square of the city for the December season, the Mazatlan Merchants Association For the good of the Center, asks the authorities to redouble efforts to keep an eye on the surroundings of this area and provide an environment of tranquility

The president of Acomax, Dinora Corona Flores, said that the vigilance should be extended to Teniente Azueta, Belisario Domínguez, Ángel Flores, among others, which are distant from the José María Pino Suárez Municipal Market.

We need more security, especially in the streets a little further away from what the Downtown area is, to give security for the pedestrian to walk with all the security and confidence 

Dinora Corona Flores

Corona Flores urged the Ministry of Public Security to increase vigilance for the different areas since at this time there are more people who come with more money to make their purchases.

Regarding the insecurity in the establishments, Corona Flores said that there is no report of any case of robbery, extortion or assault, nor of the presence of counterfeit bills circulating among consumers.

He indicated that there is already a lot of movement in the Center, as many workers have already received the bonus, but most will be delivered from 15 to 20, that day is the deadline for companies to deliver that benefit to their employees.

So far everything has been calm, but we want it to continue because normally theft and robberies are increasing at this time, and we want to prevent that from happening, we want security for merchants and our customers 

Dinora Corona Flores

Patrols

The president of Acomax said that the extra patrols should be extended to Teniente Azueta, Belisario Domínguez, Ángel Flores, among others, which are distant from the José María Pino Suárez Municipal Market.

Source: sol de mazatlan

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