BC Prosecutor’s Office collaborates with the FBI to locate two Australians and an American – El Sol de México

The head of the Attorney General’s Office of the State of (FGE) of Baja California, Maria Elena Andradereported this Thursday that the institution in his charge works with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI, in English) of the United States to investigate the disappearance, since last Saturday, of two Australian citizens and one American in the municipality of Ensenada.

The three tourists had booked accommodation in Rosarito on Saturday, April 27, Baja California, about 100 kilometers north of the supposed place of disappearance, but they did not reach their destination, according to what the mother of the two Australian brothers published on Facebook. Debra Robinson.

He explained that although the official report was made 48 hours after the disappearance, the FGE “acted immediately upon learning of the facts through publications on digital platforms.”

“At the moment, three people of Mexican nationality –allegedly two men and a woman– are being investigated by the State Attorney General’s Office to obtain information that will allow us to locate the three missing people,” the prosecutor said at a press conference.

In addition, he noted that a white pick-up type vehicle was located and a team of agents is working in the place where “they were last seen (Punta San José) and where tent houses and some evidence that may relate were found.” to these three people that we now have under investigation,” said the prosecutor.

Australian PM expresses concern

This Friday in Australia, the country’s prime ministerAnthony Albanese, expressed his “concern” about the situation of Australians Jake and Callum Robinsonwho together with an American friend traveled to Mexico to practice surf and they have been missing since last Saturday.

“We hope that these brothers will be found safe and sound, but there is real concern that they have disappeared. Their mother is obviously very distressed by this. And we only hope for a positive result,” Albanese told the Australian public broadcaster this Friday ABC.

Albanian He also explained that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of his country is providing help to the Robinson brothers familywhile the Australian Embassy in Mexico is working with the Mexican authorities to find his whereabouts.

For its part, Sydney Morning Herald reported this Friday that the Mexican Police arrested two men and a woman in connection with the disappearance of the Robinson brothers and your friend, the American Jack Carter Rhoad.

The Australian media stated that the search focuses on the surroundings of San Juan de las Pulgas and Punta San José, south of the city of Ensenada, where Mexican authorities have discovered the three abandoned tourists’ tents.

The disappearance of the two brothers and their American friend comes nine years after Australian surfers Dean Lucas and Adam Coleman were murdered while traveling through Mexico in a motorhome.

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