translated from Spanish: 25 days without knowing Karla and Cristoper, missing in Azcapotzalco

25 days after the disappearance of Karla Elena Ramírez Murrieta and Cristoper Aguilar Hernández, who were last seen at a party held at a bar in the mayoral Azcapotzalco, authorities continue to give no information about their whereabouts.
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According to the Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City (FGJCDMX), after the ballast at the El Barquito bar, where the missing youth were located, authorities have carried out various measures in the establishment, questioned 10 witnesses and elaborated spoken portraits, as well as genetic opinions.
Through a statement, he detailed that police officers, along with firefighters, Civil Protection personnel, the National Water Commission and the People’s Search Commission, carried out a search in the municipality of Naucalpan, State of Mexico.
In addition, they have performed various analyses of videos of particular cameras in the vicinity of the bar to establish possible temporalities and actions that occurred before, during and after the events.
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Karla and Cristoper attended the bar located on Tezozomoc Avenue, Colonia San Miguel Amantla, on the night of the reopening of the place, which was promoted several days earlier on social media, despite the contingency by COVID-19.
At midnight a lawsuit was recorded at the site and bullets were heard, so Karla and Cristoper’s friends fled the bar, losing sight of both of them.
Relatives of the youth received videos showing two bodies matching the description of the missing, lying outside the bar moments after the stoneware, however when they came to the place the bodies were gone.
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