A two-year-old girl was found dead in a suitcase on June 28 at the Valle de Aragón colony in Nezahualcóyotl, State of Mexico.
As her identity is unknown, some users in networks and activists have named her «the baby of Aragon».
The Edomex Attorney General’s Office offers a reward of up to 300 thousand pesos to those who provide information to identify the minor who was found lifeless under a bridge in Avenida de los Zapotes, corner with Valle de los Mixtecos.
📍 Help us locate your relatives. Any relevant information to find this little girl’s family, please contact ☎️ 800 7028 770 #FiscalíaEdoméx.
His body was located in the Col. Valle de Aragón de #Nezahualcóyotl on June 28. pic.twitter.com/JdubyB5YmN
— Edoméx Prosecutor’s Office (@FiscaliaEdomex) July 2, 2020
In a statement, the Prosecution Prosecutor’s Office detailed that the 24-month-old girl is 62 centimetres tall, white-haired, has a round face, broad forehead, dark brown, short, straight hair, medium mouth, medium lips, and large ears.
The reward is also for the search, location and obtaining useful information that allows to know the identity, location and capture of who or who probably intervened in the commission of the crime being investigated.
The information will be received at the Office of the General Coordination of Research and Analysis, located at Avenida Jaime Nunó, number 100, third floor, in Colonia San Sebastián, Toluca, State of Mexico.
To email [email protected], and telephone number 800 7028770 of the Telefónica Service Center of the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Mexico.
The Bryan Carlos LeBaron Johns family, a member of the Le Baron Family, also offered a reward of 100 thousand pesos for anyone who identifies the girl’s parents or relatives.
What a pleasure!
The reward is already $400,000
Together we must do justice to #LaBebaDeAragon, just as we must do justice to every woman, man, girl or child who is missing or killed.
Silence makes us complicit! https://t.co/FArxZCATWY
— Bryan LeBaron (@BClebaron) July 3, 2020
This case made recalled Lupita, the 4-year-old girl whose case was known as Calcetitas Rojas.
The body of Lupita was located on Avenida Bordo de Xochiaca, el Sol colony, in the municipality of Nezahualcóyotl, on March 18, 2017. According to the investigation, the youngest was beaten to death.
The case was spread in media but for a while no one came to claim the body, so it was known as Calcetitas Rojas, since the corpse of the child was wearing that garment.
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