Four siblings under 12 years of age and United States citizens were reported missing in Lazaro Cardenas, Meoqui, in Chihuahua

There is no description of how the children were dressed at the time they left their home in the search file.

In a span of less than 24 hours, five children have been reported missing in Meoqui, Chihuahua, according to statements from the Chihuahua State Attorney General’s Office. Of the five, four are siblings and U.S. nationals, last seen in the town of Lazaro Cardenas, Meoqui.

Details on the Missing Siblings Emerge

Elías, Madahi, Ismael, and Issac Gómez Herrara Luis Mendoza, all under the age of 12, vanished from their home on October 28. Their exact whereabouts remain unknown, as do the clothes they were wearing when they disappeared. “That is why it is important to have the features found in the search file,” emphasized the authorities.

The family of the missing children has released their names and reported the case to the authorities. Anyone with information about the siblings is urged to contact the State Government at 614 420 33 00.

Another Minor Vanishes in the Same Town

While the search for the Gómez Herrara Luis Mendoza siblings continues, another family in Meoqui is grappling with a similar heartache. Jaqueline Pando Flores, 14, also went missing on the same day.

Jaqueline Pando Flores missing in Meoqui, Chihuahua (Chihuahua State Attorney General's Office / Facebook)
Jaqueline Pando Flores missing in Meoqui, Chihuahua (Chihuahua State Attorney General’s Office / Facebook)

The Mexican Attorney General’s Office shared specifics about Flores, stating she did not return home after attending CBTA 147 school. She was last seen wearing light blue denim pants, a white blouse with floral prints, a beige zippered jacket, and white tennis shoes.

The Town is on High Alert

The series of disappearances have left the community deeply unsettled. These cases are now central in the ongoing investigations by local and state authorities. As the search for the missing minors continues, residents are urged to stay vigilant and report any information that might aid in the investigations.