The Government of Tamaulipas, through the Ministry of Public Security, reports that as a result of the institutional coordination and search actions, this Saturday, October 10, Erika Escobedo Coronado was found alive.
Around 11:57 a.m., the state elements received a call from C4 in response to a call from the United States Border Patrol, which reported a person on the banks of the Rio Grande, on the Mexican side.
When the State Police arrived at the place located in the Longoreño ejido, on a gap that leads to the river, they found a woman in the brush who was identified as Erika Escobedo Coronado, 37 years old, who was reported by her relatives as missing. last October 5.
After the complaint, the state authorities, led by the Special Prosecutor’s Office for the Investigation of Forced Disappearance Crimes and the State Search Commission, put into motion the mechanisms established to search for people, as well as the ALBA Tamaulipas Protocol, in the More than 10 agencies of the State Government participate and collaboration was requested from various authorities of the three levels of Government.
The woman was taken by elements of the State Police to the Agency of the Public Ministry Specialized in Unlocated Persons of the State Attorney General’s Office (FGJE), for medical evaluation and notice to her family.