Saturday marks the eighth day since the disappearance of 20-year-old Yajaira Sujey Parra Hernández, residing east of Torreón.
His family is desperate. They want back home the young woman who went on a trip on Wednesday, September 1, to the beaches of Mazatlán, Sinaloa, but has never returned. His phone sent to the mailbox and his last connection on social networks was last Saturday, minutes after 7 in the afternoon when he had contact with his mother and one of his friends.
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This Friday, September 10, his family, neighbors, and a group of friends protested in the Plaza Mayor to demand that the Attorney General of the State of Sinaloa speed up the investigations to find his whereabouts.
They ask the Coahuila authorities to help locate him, since he may be the victim of a crime. “Here they have advised us but we have not seen enough support, it has been several days and they only tell us that this is solved there in Mazatlán. We need to know something about her, and in Sinaloa there is no progress, as a family we are devastated, “said Victor Cigarroa, cousin of the missing woman.
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It should be mentioned that the Sinaloa Prosecutor’s Office has already issued a file to report the disappearance of the young woman who wore a gray blouse, blue denim pants and white tennis shoes. In the summary of the events, it is detailed that around 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 4, he left the hotel where he was staying and since then his whereabouts have not been unknown.
Sujey is of medium complexion, light brown complexion, long brown hair, height 1.62 meters, semi-crowded eyebrows, medium mouth, full lips and medium nose, wide base. As a particular sign, he has a viper tattoo on his left ankle.
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If anyone has information, they can contact the 911 emergency system or by calling 800-890-90-92 and 871 754 6754. On Facebook: Victor Cigarroa.
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