The search that the authorities maintain to find the minor Aderlyn Llerena Saldaña, 9 years oldentered its tenth day, without positive results, but with an investigation that is progressing, according to the highest authorities of providing security in the country.
the minister of Public Security, Juan Manuel Pino He indicated that he hopes to see the results (of the search) soon, however, he did not give details before the investigations that the Public Ministry is following.
Pino acknowledged that the disappearance has caused questions and concern among Panamanians who want to know what happened to the minor and what is the motive for this fact.
In the same vein, the director of the National Police, John Dornheimwho, when questioned about the possible involvement of a relative of the little girl, preferred to wait for the development of the case, which he expressed “is progressing on the right track.”
Aderlyn Llerena Saldaña disappeared last Tuesday, September 13, when, supposedly, she was going from her home in the Emberá Puru sector to the Gabriel Lewis Galindo school, located in Las Trancas, corregimiento Rufina Alfaro.
Since that date, experts from the Public Ministry and personnel from the Directorate of Judicial Investigation (DIJ) and the National Police They have carried out several procedures at different points, especially in the surroundings of the house where the minor lives with some members of her family.
The last diligence was carried out this Wednesday afternoon, headed by the fSuperior Prosecutor against Organized Crime, Emeldo Márquez, with the support of tracking dogs andSinaproc squads.
Various points were visited, including Loma Bonita, El Chaparro, in addition to the street that connects with El Valle de Urracáas confirmed by César Lange, National Director of Search and Rescue of Sinaproc.
As part of the strategies, the Panamanian authorities contacted their Costa Rican counterparts requesting collaboration, together with the Amber alert that since last Wednesday was activated at the national level for all the ports, airports and borders of the country.
Interrogation and reward
For its part, the Prosecutor’s Office has focused its work on questioning members of the girl’s family to compare the versions, while the National Police holds a bounty of $5,000 for anyone who provides information on his whereabouts.
The relatives filed the report of Aderlyn’s disappearance at around 7:00 pm on Tuesday, September 13, when the investigations began. investigations by the Public Ministry.
The relatives affirm that they had carried out a search around the girl’s house, but they could not find her whereabouts. They have also reiterated that they have no differences with any person.
About 24 hours after the disappearance, experts and investigators carried out raids in the sector of Boca La Caja, after receiving citizen information, which did not produce positive results.
That day, another group moved to the house where the minor resides in the Emberá Purú sector and they walked the path that the 9-year-old girl supposedly could have taken to get to school. They found nothing.
Neither do the security cameras at the school. they have images of the arrival of the minor to the campus.
There are several hypotheses surrounding this fact. uncommon in the country, and that today calls into question the effectiveness of the security authorities, since 10 days have passed since the disappearance and only “There are advances” in the investigations, but nothing concrete.
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