MEXICO CITY – Mexico’s Attorney General’s Office on Monday offered a reward of up to 1.5 million pesos (some $102,880) for information leading to the whereabouts of eight female kidnap victims.
The reward also stands for information that helps authorities identify, locate, detain and apprehend the probable perpetrators of those crimes, according to the document published in the Official Gazette.
The women being sought are Jessica Ivonne Padilla Cuellar, Nancy Iveth Navarro Muñoz, Grisel Paola Ventura Rosas, Maria de la Luz Hernandez Cardona, Gabriela Espinoza Ibarra, Griselda Mares Mata, Silvia Arce, and Janeth Paola Soto Betancourt.
The AG’s office also offered the same reward for information that helps authorities identify, locate, detain and apprehend those behind the trafficking for purposes of sexual exploitation and murder of Yanira Frayre Jaquez and Idaly Juache Laguna.
It clarified that financial rewards do not apply to public servants with duties related to public safety, justice administration and the implementation of criminal penalties.