October 16, 2021

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Mexico’s attorney’s office confirms missing one of Victoria Salazar’s daughters

Minor, identified as Franலாois Yaritza, was last seen in the town where his mother Victoria Salazar was murdered.

Mexico’s Quintana Roo’s state attorney general’s office (FGE) has activated an amber alert to find Franலாois Yaritza Salazar Arias, the eldest daughter of Victoria Salazar, a Salvador woman murdered by police last Saturday in the city of Toulouse. Mexican.

According to the FGE, the 16-year-old minor was last seen in Toulom where Victoria was murdered.

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The complaint for the disappearance of Franலாois Yaritza was filed yesterday, March 30, and the Amber Alert was activated around 12 midnight.

Similarly, the FGE reported that the clothing the minor was wearing at the time of his disappearance was not known.

Yesterday, Quintana Roo Governor Carlos Joaquin Gonzalez confirmed the arrest of his passionate partner in the Victoria case because he sexually abused one of his daughters in defiance of her.

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President Buchale confirmed that the missing minor had fled in fear of his sister’s occupier, Victoria’s ally, however, Mexican authorities did not establish that this was the reason for the disappearance of Franலாois Yaritza.

Victoria Salazar Ariyasa was beaten to death by four police officers in the town of Tulum last Saturday afternoon. The forensic report established the cause of death from the fracture of two vertebrae in the upper part of the spine.

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Last Monday, the FGE announced the arrest of four police officers responsible for Victoria’s death and is awaiting trial before a controlling judge.

Amber alert was activated at 11:55 pm to search for Fran பிரான்ois Yaritza, daughter of Victoria Salazar. Photo: Courtesy / Attorney General’s Office, Quintana Roo, Mexico.