Lucrecia Anahí Figueroa she was last seen around 4 a.m. on Sunday. “Please, I need my daughter to appear”Her mother, Sonia Sir, pleaded with the local media at the door of the Villa de Leales police station in Tucumán, where she hopes to receive news of the 12-year-old girl.
“The first inquiries pointed out that the minor left home for own will, Therefore, tests were carried out in the house and the environment of the minor was investigated to discover what were the reasons so he left his home ”, informed the Head of the Eastern Regional Unit, Chief Commissioner Fabio Ferreira, who works together with the Trafficking Directorate, the Complex Crimes Fiscal Unit and the Telematic Crimes Division to track phone location of the missing girl.
From the first moment, the disappearance protocol and the system of child search ‘Abigail’ to find the whereabouts of the teenager. However, the focus of the investigation is currently on some letters that Anahí would have left and that they could explain if he was the victim of some type of crime that motivated his flight.
“So far everything is the same, nobody has any news,” said Sonia, her mother, in a brief dialogue with The Gazette. And he remarked: “I need my daughter to appear; please, whoever sees it around there I ask you to approach the closest authorities ”. In this sense, in addition, the woman spread the phone 381-3327446.
When the minor left her home located in the San Alberto neighborhood, she was wearing a black shorts and a gray shirt, According to the description provided by one of his brothers and which is recorded in the case.
New protocol for the search for missing minors in Tucumán
A year ago, in October 2020, a Protocol of Quick Emergency Alert to streamline the actions and tools available to the security forces and the Public Prosecutor’s Office (MPF) in the event of the disappearance of children or adolescents.
The main objective of the protocol is to establish a coordination mechanism at the provincial, regional, national and international levels for the immediate search and location of minors with unknown whereabouts in the territory of Tucuman. whose life is considered in “Imminent High Risk”.
The new system was named “Abigail” referring to the case of the 9-year-old girl who had been raped and murdered a few days before, and whose body was found in a vacant lot located northwest of the Tucuman capital. The femicide, José Guaimás, was beaten to death by a group of neighbors.
Abigail Riquel’s body was found on October 18 of last year in a field in the north of San Miguel de Tucumán. According to the autopsy, the baby was sexually abused, suffocated and slain in the head.
According to the reconstruction, the victim asked her parents for permission to go play at the house of a friend in the neighborhood, although never got there. On the way, she was intercepted by Guaimás, who took her to a vacant lot located on Francisco de Aguirre and Las Américas avenues, where he raped her and then killed her, presumably, to prevent her from identifying him.
That same day, Abigail’s uncle said in dialogue with TN who had identified the femicide. In reference to Guaimás, he stated: “The little girl disappeared and he disappeared. And when all the neighbors started looking, they found it lying down and covered with dirt ”.
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