Two missing U.S. minors located in Mexico

Two missing U.S. minors located in Mexico

Mexican authorities located on Tuesday the two minor U.S. siblings alive. who had disappeared in Nuevo Leon, a state in the north of the country bordering Texas (USA).

According to the Nuevo Leon Attorney General’s Office, Hugo Yarset and Aranza Yosemiti Monfort Luna were located. after being reported missing since March 17. The Prosecutor’s Office did not provide further details, but it was unofficially reported that were found in VeracruzVeracruz, a state in the eastern part of the country, where they had fled due to alleged family problems.

On Monday night, the Amber Alert was activated to locate the brothers, aged 9 and 16 years, who. were last seen in the Real de San Felipe the municipality of Garcia, a suburb of Monterrey, capital of the state of Nuevo Leon.

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico.

The disappearance of these brothers occurs in the middle of the tense relationship between Mexico and the neighboring country to the north. following the disappearance this month of four Americans in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, two of whom were found dead and two alive.

Kayleigh Williams