The Segob noted that there were fewer kidnappings in February 2016 than February 2015
PURÍSIMA DEL RINCÓN, GTO., 03NOVIEMBRE2012.- La Unidad Especializada de Combate al Secuestro (UECS) de la Procuraduría General de Justicia del Estado encontró a un menor de edad quien permaneció privado de su libertad en una vivienda de la colonia Jardines del Sur, resultando detenidos Esteban Vázquez Bustamente, alias "El zurdo", Rodolfo Jiménez Rincón, alias "El Rodo y/o El Moy", Gabriel Ortiz Torres y Miguel Navarrete Martínez alias “El Bamba y/o El Bambán”. Además se les aseguraron una camioneta Dodge Dakota, color rojo, modelo 2000 y una cuatri-moto marca Yamaha, color negra, modelo 2003El menor se encuentra a salvo.FOTO: CUARTOSCURO.COM,
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The Special Unit to Combat Kidnapping (UECS) of the Interior Secretariat (Segob) announced that the crime of kidnapping is declining, noting that in February 2016, there were 19 percent fewer incidences of the crime than in February 2015.According to the figures released, there were 137 kidnappings in February 2015, while there were “only” 111 in February 2016.[caption id="attachment_7819" align="alignleft" width="300"] A truck that had been used for kidnapping, confiscated by the Special Unit to Combat Kidnapping (UECS) in Guanajuato in 2012. Photo: Cuartoscuro.com.[/caption]In February 2015, 100 of the kidnappings were investigated and prosecuted by state governments, and 37 by the federal government. In 2016, 82 cases of kidnapping were reported by the UECS and 32 by the PGR.Last March 15, the National Secretary of Public Security, Vizcaíno Zamora, and the the head of the National Antikidnapping Coordination (Conase), Patricia Bulgarian Gutiérrez, met with civil society organizations, as well as the Attorney General’s Office (PGR) and the Federal Police, in which they explained the methodology for keeping track of kidnapping and its victims.The authorities in charge of combatting kidnapping ask the population to report kidnappings, so that impunity will end. The Conase asks citizens to report any crime by calling 088.