The Nuevo León Prosecutor’s Office intervenes in the search for “El Mijis”

It was recently announced that the Nuevo León Attorney General’s Office (FGJNL) is in charge of carrying out investigations into the non-location of the former local deputy from PotosíPedro César “Mijis” Carrizales Becerra, specified tonight the Attorney General of the State of San Luis Potosí (FGESLP).

For its part, the Potosi Prosecutor’s Office, through a statement, announced that On Saturday, February 5, he learned of the disappearance of the “Mijis” after the family denounced his disappearance before the Special Prosecutor for Human Rights.

The Potosina Prosecutor’s Office has highlighted that in their complaint the relatives of gang leader Pedro César “Mijis” Carrizales Becerra mentioned that the last time they had contact with him was on Wednesday, February 2 through WhatsApp messages, but from then on they no longer they found out more about him.

Statement from the prosecution about the Mijis

Statement from the prosecution about the Mijis The last time the Mijis was seen

It has been explained through the FGESLP statement that it was until February 7 that it established contact with the FGJNL where they promised to carry out joint work to find the whereabouts of “Mijis” Carrizales, who, according to the file issued by the State Commission for the Search of Persons of San Luis Potosí, the last time he was seen was on January 31 in a hotel in Saltillo, Coahuila and from there he left for Monterrey, Nuevo León.

It should be noted that the former local deputy Pedro Cesar “Mijs” Carrizales has been missing for eight days and the State Commission for the Search of Persons of San Luis Potosí (CEBPSLP) issued a search card to find his whereabouts.

The last time the Mijis was seen

The last time the Mijis was seen

Document CDB/CEBPSLP/ZC/II/115/2022 states that the Potosino gang leader was last seen on January 31 at the Las Fuentes hotel in Saltillo, Coahuila and was on his way to the city of Monterrey, in the state of Nuevo Leon.

It is also noted that he was aboard a red Journey type 2014 van, without license plates and with a circulation permit issued by the San Pedro City Council, with serial number 3C4PDCCB1ET247085.

Among other details that have been disclosed is that Carrizales Becerra was wearing a long-sleeved sky blue shirt, a navy blue jacket, dark blue denim pants, brown boots and a black bracelet with three quartz.

On the other hand, they have highlighted that sources close to the “Mijis” reported that Miriam, a sentimental partner, refuses to give more information “for security” of the former legislator, while the State Attorney General’s Office confirmed that there is no report of her disappearance or of any crime to be prosecuted.

It should be noted that the CEBPSLP has made available the number 4445241481 for any report on the whereabouts of the “Mijis”, as well as the email [email protected] so that they can communicate and give details in this regard.