A woman was kidnapped in Viaducto in broad daylight (Screenshot)
In broad daylight, a young woman was kidnapped a few streets from the Viaducto station of the Metro Collective Transport System (STC) and the authorities have not responded, despite the fact that the first few hours are essential to find the whereabouts of the victims. .
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The journalist Antonio Nieto shared on social networks the video of a security camera placed in a car that was parked on José Eguiara street, Asturias neighborhood, when the events occurred.
From what can be seen in the images, a silver-colored vehicle was moving slowly and went back a few meters to park when it visualized the young woman. Simultaneously, a woman looks out onto the street for a few seconds from a house painted green with a black hallway.
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Shortly after the neighbor closes her door, the victim, who was being expected, walks past the vehicle. As can be seen, a subject in a sweatshirt subdues the woman and forcibly lifts her up. When the two get into the car, the driver quickly moves towards Viaducto avenue in the direction of Eje Central, on the border between the Cuauhtémoc and Iztapalapa mayor’s offices.
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According to the communicator, the attacker had a firearm and with it he threatened the victim to get into the car: “Get in or you die.”
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The young victim allegedly works in the area. At 4:08 p.m. on March 21, she was being waited for by at least two subjects aboard a vehicle.
Given these facts, the mayoress of Cuauhtémoc, Sandra Cuevas, complained to the head of the Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo and the head of the local Citizen Security Secretariat (SSC), Omar García Harfuch, for the lack of security and took the opportunity to demand an immediate response.
“What about our security @Claudiashein and @OHarfuch? IT IS YOUR OBLIGATION, YOUR RESPONSIBILITY, we want results, enough simulation. The government of #Cuauhtémoc demands an immediate response, ”she sentenced.
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However, users of social networks attacked the mayor for complaining about insecurity with Morena officials and not doing her job. Also, some said that if the culprits had been arrested they would be celebrating the efforts of her administration.
“So Mrs. Sandra, if they had captured those criminals (if they were not close to you), you would already be hanging medals for your “great” work in the City Hall. But since nothing happened, is it the fault of others? Classic on you”.
Until the publication of this note, the capital’s Attorney General’s Office (FGJ) did not disseminate any search file related to the young woman in the video on networks and her identity is unknown.
According to statistics from Alto al Secuestro, from January to February 2023 kidnappings increased by 12%, the victims went from 80 to 116 and there was a 3.9% increase in detainees. The states with the highest incidence are: State of Mexico, Veracruz, Michoacán and Oaxaca (tied), Jalisco and lastly Mexico City, along with Guanajuato and San Luis Potosí.
On the contrary, there are zero kidnappings registered in: Aguascalientes, Durango, Baja California Sur, Querétaro, Chiapas, Coahuila and Yucatán.
On average, during January there were 2.5 kidnapping victims per day and 4.1 daily victims for the same crime during February.
Some recommendations that the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) gives to citizens in the event of being kidnapped are: remain calm (mainly during the first 30 minutes, which are the most dangerous, and during the release); dramatizing a serious situation, such as faking fainting or fainting; establish a relationship with the captors, as well as not trying to escape unless there is a sure opportunity or you are about to die.
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