Jalisco: Prosecutor confirms that there are already 8 missing from the call center in Zapopan

Juan Antonio, 34, is the eighth call center employee to be found missing, after he was last seen on his way to work on May 22.

Mexico City, June 1 (However).- The Special Prosecutor for Missing Persons (FEPD) reported this Thursday that they are already ocho los employees of one call center of Zapopan, Jaliscothat are found missing since last week.

The eighth disappearance victim was identified as Juan Antonio, 34, who was last seen on May 22 when he was on his way to his workplace.

“According to the information provided to the Public Ministry by the relatives, it is considered that the male could be related to the investigation into the disappearance of the seven young employees of a call center,” the Prosecutor’s Office reported.

The agency assured that they continue – exhaustively and uninterruptedly – with the search work to locate the Itzel brothers Abigail and Carlos David as well as their companions Carlos Benjamín, Arturo Robles, Jesús Alfredo, Mayra Karina, Jorge Miguel, and now Juan Antonio.

The relatives of the disappeared youths had already alerted about one more worker who had not been seen since the end of May during the meeting held with the Secretary of Government, Enrique Ibarra Pedroza, but the Prosecutor Luis Joaquín Méndez decided to keep the figure until there was any complaint.

This morning, derived from an operation to locate the eight young people, authorities from the Jalisco State Attorney General’s Office (FGE) found a clandestine grave with 45 black bags with human remains inside in the Mirador del Bosque ravine, Zapopan.

The 45 bags found, detailed the Jalisco Prosecutor’s Office, belong to male and female persons, however, they could not confirm that any of them were the eight young people initially sought.

“The State Prosecutor’s Office will continue to carry out investigative acts in a diligent and objective manner that allow the location of all those people who have a disappearance complaint,” the agency wrote on its social networks.

The State Prosecutor’s Office reiterated its call to the general public so that, in case of having information that is useful and leads to the whereabouts of the victims, they report to the number 33 3030 4949, or to the social representation located at Calzada Independencia 778 , corner with Hospital, in the La Perla neighborhood of Guadalajara, guaranteeing that it will be treated confidentially.


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