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Friday 20 of May 2022

Amber Alert in Iztapalapa


An Amber Alert was declared in Iztapalapa,photo: commons.wikimedia
An Amber Alert was declared in Iztapalapa,photo: commons.wikimedia
Two brothers, of 10 and 12 years of age, went missing Tuesday in Iztapalapa

The Mexico City Attorney General’s Office (PGJDF) initiated an Amber Alert to locate two young brothers, who disappeared June 7 in Iztapalapa.

The PGJDF said that Steven Charbel and Brayan Enrique Solis Peña, 12 and 10 years old, respectively, are missing. The two boys left their house on Graciano Sánchez street, in the Santa Martha Acatitla neighborhood of Iztapalapa.

The Center for Support of Missing People (CAPEA) released an alert about the disappearance of the brothers.

Steven Charbel has a scar on his neck, while Brayan has a mole on his chest. The day they went missing, Steven was wearing gray pants, a white t-shirt and black shoes. Brayan was wearing sea-blue pants, a white t-shirt and white tennis shoes.

People with information should call (55) 5345 5067, extensions 84 or 82, go to CAPEA on Calle Doctor Andrade, Doctores, Cuauhtémoc or visit www.pgjdf.gob.mx.

An Amber Alert was declared to find two missing boys
Graphic: Courtesy of PGJDF