Two minors leave excited to get a new job in Jalisco, but they disappear

Guadalajara Jalisco.- Two minors in search of work, left excited to get a new job in Zapopan, Jalisco, but four days ago their relatives lost track of them and, now, the worst is feared.

Francisco Javier Nunez She is 16 years old, but she already had the ordeal of losing a mother just six months ago, so she had to drop out of school and get a job.

Since then, he has gone through two jobs, first in a tire shop and then in an ice cream parlor, from which he was forced to defect, after changing the address of the business.

For this reason, Francisco undertook the search for a new job, finding an offer in a lunch box where he would go with a 14-year-old friend, said Felícitas, the aunt with whom he lives in Constituents.

“He told us that he was going to a job that he and his little friend David had gotten through Facebook, which was through Puerta de Hierro in a lunch box. We think it was a hoax that they did to take them away, ”said Felícitas.

Francisco left his home on September 9, around 9:30 a.m. and stayed to see David Jiménez. Both were seen boarding a vehicle around 1:30 p.m. at the Ball Market, according to information from close relatives. Since then nothing is known about them.

It turned out that the minors sent a couple of videos to a WhatsApp group that they share with friends. In them, Felícitas commented, only the legs of Francisco and David are seen, and in another, only a dirt road and a brick wall. Both recordings of just seconds. In addition, he assured, there is a deleted audio.

Francisco’s last cell phone connection was recorded on September 10 at 12:48 a.m. Since then, the calls have not linked and it has not been possible to find the last location of the minor.

Family members of Francisco and David have already gone to the corresponding authorities to file a complaint for the disappearances, so authorities distributed posters this Sunday to help locate them.

For this reason, the families of the young people asked the public that, in case they have any information that can help locate the minors, they communicate anonymously to the number 33314-56314 of the Local Search Commission.

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In addition, the relatives of the minors asked the state authorities to maintain coordination so that, as in the case of the baby stolen from the Zoquipan Hospital a few days ago in Tlajomulco, they also mount the necessary search operations to find them as soon as possible. .

With information from Informador.mx

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