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Mexico

Reward for Information on Duarte

The reward will be available until Duarte de Ochoa is located or detained

Police officers with search warrants go to different properties said to be owned by Javier Duarte de Ochoa, photo: Cuartoscuro/Luis Carbayo
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9 months ago

The Attorney General’s Office (PGR) is offering a reward of 15 million pesos ($72,000) to those who provide accurate and useful information to help locate, arrest or apprehend Javier Duarte de Ochoa.

In the statements published in the Official Gazette, the PGR stated that Duarte de Ochoa is wanted on charges of organized crime and fraud.

Information will be accepted at Paseo de la Reforma Avenue, No. 211, Eighth Floor, Cuauhtemoc, Cuauhtemoc.

You can also call (55) 5346-1544 and (55) 5346-0000, ext. 4748, in Mexico City, and 01-800-831-31-96 from anywhere in the country or email denunciapgr@pgr.gob.mx.

The reward will be awarded in a single payment by bank account deposit or cash to those with the confidential identification number that will be given out upon validation of the information.

This statement does not apply to public servants related to public security and justice.

The reward will be available until Duarte de Ochoa is located or detained.

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