Gunmen kidnap mother searching for missing husband and son

Leticia Álvares, member of the Madres Buscadoras de Sonora collective.

Photo: Collective of Mothers Seekers of Sonora. / Courtesy

Leticia Álvares, a member of the Madres Buscadoras de Sonora collective, was abducted by armed men apparently related to the drug trafficking, in the municipality of Hermosillo in the border state of Sonora, in Mexico.

This was denounced by the group of Mothers Seekers of Sonora, through a message on social networks in which they demanded his appearance alive.

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They detailed that Leticia Álvares was part of the collective because the woman is looking for her missing husband and son for a year in that entity.

Assaults against people who are looking for their relatives

It is not the first time so far this year that organized crime has attacked people who were looking for their loved ones, such is the case of Aranza Ramos Gurrola, who was also a member of the Madres Buscadoras de Sonora collective, and who was murdered on July 15 in the community of Ortiz, in the municipality of Guaymas, an area where she operates Rafael Caro Quintero, alias in Narco de Narcos, leader of the Caborca ​​Cartel.

Another case was that of José Nicanor Araiza Dávila, who was looking for his missing son in the state of Zacatecas, but was found dead after being deprived of liberty, in an area where the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) and the Sinaloa Cartel (CDS) and its Group Arrows, supposedly an elite team at the service of Ismael “el Mayo” Zambada, they maintain a battle for the area.

For now, the Mexican authorities have not referred to the disappearance of Leticia Álvares.

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