After five days of anguish and uncertainty, J. was found, the 15 year old from the porteño neighborhood of Devout Villawho had been seen for the last time on Thursday of last week, when she was on her way to school, but who never arrived at the institution.
Investigative sources confirmed to Infobae that the student was found by personnel from the Anti-Kidnapping Division Brigade of the Argentine Federal Police (PFA) at the Retiro bus station, in front of Platform 7, under instructions from Monica Cuarrohead of the National Criminal and Correctional Prosecutor’s Office No. 7.
For the case they arrested a 42-year-old man, whose home was raided. Officers found the minor’s cell phone at the scene. J.’s family tried to communicate with that device in the midst of despair at not knowing where the young woman was. However, a phone call to that number was answered by a male voice, who asked for a ransom of 3 million pesos.
From that moment on, the case began to be investigated by the PFA Anti-Kidnapping Division Brigade, which reports to the Superintendence of Federal Investigations.
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As this medium learned, the teenager appeared in a different dress than the one she was wearing when she left her house. For now refused to speak and is being interviewed by a group of psychologists as part of a containment job.
In communication with InfobaeJ.’s older brother said that the family is going to meet her.
On Thursday, October 27, J. left his house located around 7:50, heading for the Antonio Devoto Middle School No. 3, at a distance of approximately 20 blocks from his house.
In the middle of the morning, according to the family’s account, they received a call from the institution informing them that the young woman had not come to class. “When we found out about this situation, we called her cell phone, she answered and then hung up. Since then, the phone has been turned off.” guidehis older brother, to the Zonales site.
Quickly, J.’s family filed a formal complaint to investigate his whereabouts at Police Station 11B in Villa Devoto. In parallel, a desperate search began in social networks. This is how they learned that the young woman had been seen for the last time in the area of Plaza Arenales de Devoto, near her school.
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