According to Diario de Yucatan’s news webiste www.yucatan.com.mx, the state police located the kidnapped woman
around 3 o’clock in the afternoon on Thursday, March 17, 2016.
Gloria Margarita Jimenez Oramas was found safe and with no injuries.
Earlier this morning Margarita’s Lincoln was found in front of the Church of “Nuestra Señora de Líbano” (Our Lady of Lebanon), in Colonia México, northern Mérida.
According to police sources, the woman was finally located after a strong police operation involving a helicopter, that was carried out by agents of the State Police, in coordination with the anti-kidnapping Unit of the Ministry of Public Security (SSP) and the Attorney General Office (FGE).
75 year old Margarita was found at Recinto Real Motel, located on kilometer 28 of the Periférico, in Santa Gertrudis Copó, where she was held against her will by a group of kidnappers. She is reported to be in good health and is currently making her official statement in the Attorney General’s Office.
According to the SSP, the suspects arrested are now in custody at the SSP premises and their legal status is yet to be determined.
According to SIPSE news webiste, it could had been a case of extortion.
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