San Felipe Teotlalcingo.- Four girls were wanted by the authorities, after they disappeared after the murder of their 7-year-old brother at the hands of his stepfather, who escaped and took the minors from their community home San Matías Atzala, belonging to the municipality of San Felipe Teotlalcingo, so an Amber Alert was issued for their location, but hours later, the small ones were located in good condition.
Around 8 p.m. on Monday, the State Attorney General reported that Yucari de Matías López, 12; Yuliana de Matías López, 10; Yesenia de Matías López, 8, and Rubí de Matías Fuentes, 3 years old, were found safe and sound.
FATHER KILLED A 7-YEAR-OLD BOY TO BEATS
Regarding the crime of the 7-year-old boy, Police sources announced that it was registered last Saturday afternoon in a house in the aforementioned town, where the child with a disability, apparently was beaten by his irascible stepfather, to such a degree that it causes death.
After a call to the authorities, in which he became aware of the attack on the minor, municipal police officers were sent to the site, who upon arrival confirmed that the boy identified as Carlos lacked vital signs.
The San Felipe Teotlalcingo police cordoned off the house and requested the presence of the experts of the State Attorney General’s Office, who appeared at the scene to lift the body of little Carlos, 7 years old, who showed signs of the abused child.
The consulted source added the aggression against the small and the disappearance of the four girls It occurred in the absence of the mother, who at the end of the edition she was hospitalized in a hospital in the region; although the cause was not reported. Apparently, on two previous occasions, the subject identified as César N, he had been denounced for family violence.
It transpired that the man who took his daughters He is originally from San Salvador El Verde, so there would be the possibility that they were in this municipality.
THEY LOCATE THE MISSING MINORS
Given the disappearance of the four girls, the Attorney General’s Office (FGE) issued the Amber Alert to locate them, but hours later they were found unharmed.
In this alert it was reported that the four minors were last seen on November 20 in the town of San Matías Atzala, belonging to the municipality of San Felipe Teotlalcingo, when they were in the care of César.
Subsequently, as a result of the procedures implemented by the Special Prosecutor’s Office for the Investigation of the Crimes of Forced Disappearance of Persons and Disappearance Committed by Individuals, the whereabouts of the four minor sisters were found.
According to the statement, the minors were found unharmed. In an unofficial way it is known that the minors were still under the protection of the FGE, so that in the next few hours they would be delivered to the mother of the infants.