American girl reported missing in Valladolid, found in Tulum
The State Attorney General (FGE) Kidnapping Specialized Unit (UEC) informed that a 15 year old girl from Pennsylvania, U.S.A., who was reported missing in Valladolid on Saturday July 9, and whose name was not revealed by authorities (they just refer to her as L.A.T.G.), was found on Tuesday July 12, safe and sound about 100 miles east, in Tulum, Quintana Roo.
According to the file number F3/1005/2016, the minor had an argument with her mother at cenote X’keken near Valladolid, and without her consent or knowledge she took a taxi straight to Tulum, Quintana Roo.
When Martha Leticia G.B. could not find her daughter, she reported her missing to the Yucatecan authorities, who initiated the inquiry and asked for the cooperation of the neighboring state of Quintana Roo Attorney General’s Office, who began to search for the missing girl in Quintana Roo territory.
As a result of investigations, on the night of Tuesday July 12, police officers found the child’s whereabouts, which was immediately notified to the Yucatecan authorities, and the minor was handed over to the ministerial agents of FGE who transferred her to the Investigation Agency in Valladolid, where the missing person report was filed.
After making the relevant proceedings, the young woman was handed over to her relatives, and after a routine medical examination, she was reported in good health with absolutely no signs of physical violence.