Mazatlan, Sinaloa .- As a mother, Liliana Quiñones can not give up, so she came to Sinaloa to insist that they look for her son, and calls on the whole society, that if anyone has any data that can help, make it known to the authorities. Mrs. Liliana is looking for her son David Garay Quiñones, 23, an optometrist originally from Torreón, Coahuila. He disappeared on the afternoon of September 4, 2021, along with 20-year-old Yajaira Sugey N.. What is known is that both young people left a hotel in the Golden Zone of Mazatlan aboard a car, communicated with their families, and by 7:00 p.m. they no longer heard from them. In an interview with El Debate, Liliana Quiñones explained that Monday and Tuesday she met with the Sinaloa prosecutor, Sara Bruna Quiñónez Estrada and other authorities, at the offices of the Attorney General’s Office, in Culiacán, accompanied by Óscar Loza Ochoa, of the Commission for the Defense of Human Rights in Sinaloa. who keep the file of this case.
“We reached several agreements, we requested new searches …, we are requesting that, to resume everything, because nothing else has remained there … we had a very good response,” said the lady. They did approve everything we requested, it was even put in writing, everything was entered into the file,” he added.
On Wednesday he was also in the offices of the Deputy Prosecutor’s Office in the southern zone, where other details were checked.” We have 7 months in the search, it is already a long time, as I told the gentlemen (of FGE) yesterday (Tuesday): if it were your son, would you let so much time pass?, nobody answered me anything …, I think it is already a considerable time, it is useless for me that the file measures 2 meters if in reality they (the two young people) are not there, the pain is very great, I ask the support of the people, to help, in some comment, in something that can contribute something to the investigation, respecting the pain, and doing it as sensitive as they could”. Mrs. Liliana also appealed to the whole society.” We call on the population, if they have anything to add, that if they have seen my son, the girl, some clue to the car, because we still do not have any clue regarding the whereabouts of them, it is already seven months … if someone can see them, that they can warn “. Read more: Locate bone parts on Perihuete Beach, AngosturaPide call 911 Emergency, or 6671-84-12-56, of the Sinaloa State Search Commission.
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