Relatives of the minor confirmed it through social networks, although they limited themselves to give more details since it was said that he had not arrived in good condition.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Luis Fernando Peraza Romero, a CETis 127 student reported missing in Mazatlán since May 11, has already been located and handed over to his relatives.
The event transpired on the night of Saturday, May 14, after it was reported that at 8:10 p.m. in the municipality of Escuinapa the minor was located on a bus, coming from Guadalajara, at a security and surveillance inspection point by National Guard agents and in compliance with the Amber Alert protected him and transferred him to the Prosecutor’s Office in Mazatlán.
There, the minor was handed over to the agents of the Missing Persons Prosecutor’s Office to continue with due protocol.
His brother, José Eduardo, confirmed the event on social networks, although he limited himself to giving more details, since he said that his brother had not arrived in good condition.
” Good evening to the entire community, my brother has already appeared, he was already handed over by elements of the National Guard, he did not arrive in good condition, therefore today we are not going to declare anything at least on his part. We will follow the process that they have the Prosecutor’s Office and that they do the procedure to follow with him, when he is in better conditions we will declare what is happening to you, “the publication reads.
” We are going to investigate what happened, although we believed that he was not deprived of his liberty, in the conditions in which he arrived, he puts us in doubt. Thank you all very much, we will be answering any questions asking you to respect the space, especially my brother, “he added.
On May 11, the 17-year-old student went to visit his girlfriend and never returned home. The events occurred around 9:30 at night that day, when nothing was heard from him. He was allegedly going to his home in Colonia Torremolinos Costa Azul, in the eastern sector of the city, after having left his girlfriend in Colonia Bugambilias.
On Saturday afternoon, family and friends of Luis Fernando Peraza Romero demonstrated peacefully marching from the Valentinos, along the boardwalk until reaching the Prosecutor’s Office, protesting to the municipal and state authorities a favorable search to find him.
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