Mexican Cops Search for U.S. Citizen, Four Others Reported Missing in Jalisco

BREITBART–Authorities are searching for four men and a woman who went missing on their way to work this week in the Mexican state of Jalisco. One of the missing individuals is a U.S. citizen who was born in Arizona.

The case began this week when the Jalisco State Missing Persons Commission issued a series of bulletins announcing a search for Arizona-born Carlos David Valladolid Hernández, his sister Itzel Abigail Valladolid Hernández, and their coworkers Arturo Robles Corona, Carlos Benjamín García Cuevas, and Jesús Alfredo Salazar Ventura. Authorities have not labeled the case a kidnapping. Local news outlets in Mexico claim that the five individuals went missing in Zapopan and Tonala, two of the main municipalities of the Guadalajara metropolitan area.


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