The Facts on the Road to Dolores


By Atención San Miguel

Pictures By José Ortíz Moya

On Monday, March 16, four people were kidnapped on the road to Dolores. Later the same day, three of them were found dead in Dolores—two of them were employees of the San Miguel de Allende government.

The State Attorney General issued a press release stating that on Monday, April 16, on an unpaved road close to El Cortijo, armed men driving three vehicles intercepted a Chevrolet Aveo, and forced Gerardo “N” and another passenger to get out of their vehicle and get into an armored Durango.

While this was happening, Gerardo “N” and José Alberto “N”—employees of the local government—were passing by. According to the press release, they were forced to get into the armored car since they had witnessed the kidnapping in progress.

The criminals fled to Dolores Hidalgo, and since an emergency call was received at 911 emergency services, a protocol activated local, state and federal police officers plus members of the army into action.

Later the same day, two of the involved vehicles were found crashed close to Dolores. One of the victims was found alive but with injuries. Three of them were dead.

The Ministerio Público is investigating the case.

The local government published a press release with condolences for the families of their two employees and promised that they are willing to participate in the investigation, in conjunction with the MP.

 

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