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Tonatzin Blanco disappeared on January 19 in San Juan de Aragón. (Screenshot @FiscaliaCDMX / @BuzzyGabbs)

Tonatzin Blanco Cortésa minor under 11 years of age, disappeared on January 19 in the San Miguel neighborhood, in the San Miguel neighborhood, mayor’s office Gustavo A. Madero.

During the night of January 20, a group of protesters blocked the Grand Canal Avenue in Saint John of AragonThey demanded that the authorities search for Tonatzin Blanco. Neighbors in the area and relatives of the minor are desperate and called the attention of the authorities in this way, so that the girl can be located as soon as possible.

On Thursday, January 19, Tonatzin was at home with her sister, but the youngest went out to play very close to her home at approximately 9:00 p.m. Since then her relatives did not hear from her againneighbors provided the recording of some security cameras and Tonatzin is seen walking from left to right and later no longer appears in the image frame.

It is worth mentioning that staff Mexico City Prosecutor’s Office He has already paid attention to the parents and an investigation has begun to find the whereabouts of Tonatzin. Once they were heard and supported by the authorities, they removed the blockade from the road.

His mother explained that the cameras in houses in the area were not working, therefore there is no record of what could have happened to Tonatzin. During the blockade, the inhabitants of San Juan Aragón stood their ground and did not give up until the authorities showed up. On the banners they held, messages such as “Tonatzin, we want you back” could be read.

He left the house around 9 at night and never returned. Unfortunately the private cameras were not working and were of no use


Tonatzin joins the numbers of missing women so far this week. Another case that continues in CDMX is that of Angela Olguin. The 16-year-old teenager and her mother, Rocío Bustamante, were waiting for the young woman’s father near the whereabouts Green Indiansin the vicinity of the Metrobús, since they had run out of money to return home and he would help them, the mother of the adolescent He entered the public restroom and when he came out, he no longer saw his daughter.

This occurred on January 19 after 5:30 p.m., at the Gustavo A. Madero mayor’s office. For which reason, relatives and acquaintances of the parents of the 16-year-old adolescent immediately decided block Avenida Insurgentes Norte, at the height of the Indios Verdes Metro, towards the Mexico-Pachuca Highway. On January 20, this road closure was maintained at least until after 8:00 p.m.

At the time of her disappearance, the teenager from 16 years He was wearing a gray T-shirt with blue letters, blue corduroy pants, brand-name white tennis shoes adidas and carried a black backpack.

Various collectives spread that another protest will be held to demand the efficient search for Ángela at the Mexico City Prosecutor’s Office. “Tomorrow, January 21, 2023, a demonstration will be held at the Isabel la Católica Prosecutor’s Office at 2:00 p.m. to demand an answer on the case of María Ángela Olguín Bustamante.


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