Sep 24, 2011

Migrant Kidnappings: 17 Bus passengers missing in northern Mexico

Fox News Latino: "– Authorities in Mexico are investigating the apparent abduction of 17 young men who were riding in a bus en route to the U.S.-Mexico border, the Nuevo Leon state security council said. The bus left the central state of Guanajuato on Sept. 14 bound for the border town of Miguel Aleman.

Nuevo Leon Attorney General Adrian de la Garza (and the Guanajuato atttorney general's office) are coordinating their probe into the disappearance of the 17 men, who were forced off the bus and allegedly kidnapped by organized criminals in Nuevo Leon, the spokesperson added.

Armed men intercepted the vehicle between the Nuevo Leon towns of Cerralvo and General Treviño at a spot less than 60 kilometers (37 miles) south of the border and apparently abducted 18 men, although one of them was later released."

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