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'We want her alive now', the message from Guadalupe's father in the march two weeks after her disappearance

2021-06-29T13:38:35.413Z

The mobilization reached the point where the 5-year-old was last seen. "I'm not going to stop," said Eric Lucero.



06/28/2021 18:45

  • Clarín.com

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Updated 06/28/2021 7:51 PM

"

We want her alive now,

" reads the pink cardboard poster, with photos of his 5-year-old daughter, that Eric Lucero takes during the

three-block

march

that separates his house in San Luis from the place where Guadalupe disappeared: this Monday They turn

14 days without a trace

and despair grows.

Accompanied by neighbors, family and friends who raised

posters

with the photo of the girl that nothing is known about since June 14 at 7.15 pm, Eric Lucero arrived at the same time at the corner where Guadalupe's 3-year-old cousin said that he saw her leave with "

a big girl

."

Everyone surrounded Eric when he arrived at the door of Aunt Georgina's house, in the 544 Housing neighborhood of the capital of San Luis, where Guadalupe was

playing hide and seek

the day she was taken two weeks ago.

Those who accompanied Eric, surrounded him, with the image of the baby raised and the

applause

did not take long.

There wasn't a crowd, but there was a lot of support for that dad desperately looking for his 5-year-old daughter. 

Two million peso reward.

The one who

was not

at the mobilization was Guadalupe's mother, Yamila, and her paternal grandfather.

They were at the San Luis Police Headquarters.

Is that the prosecutor of the Chamber Virginia Palacios summoned the mother of the girl to give a

testimonial

and her father decided to accompany her.

In the previous mobilization, the Justice also coincided with a call to Guadalupe's parents.

"I will not stop"


The concentration began shortly before 6:30 p.m. in the 23 housing neighborhood, where the girl's father resides.

From there, they marched

to the 544 Homes neighborhood

, in the southern part of the capital of San Luis.

Second march for the disappearance of Guadalupe in San Luis.

Photo: TN capture

"

I'm not going to stop

, I'm going to do everything possible to find her," said Eric Lucero on his social networks, from where he called the march.

This Monday, the Police confirmed that the

procedures

were focused mainly on Balde, Chosmes, Alto Pencoso and Jarilla, distant 30 kilometers from the capital of San Luis.

In addition, operations are carried out in the Berta Vidal de Battini dam and in the vicinity of the 544 Homes neighborhood.

Two weeks after her disappearance, the spokesman for the Police of the Province, Lucas Chacón, assured that they continue to "

search alive

" for the girl.

They already have 154 raids and 290 rakes, but there is not a firm clue.

The case


Guadalupe disappeared on June 14 around 7:30 p.m. from the door of the house of one of her aunts, while playing hide and seek with her 3-year-old cousin on the sidewalk of the girl's house.

It was the 3-year-old girl who warned her mother and Yamila, Guadalupe's mother, that the baby was missing.

And he added:

"He left with a big girl

.

"

Interpol yellow alert for the Guadalupe case.

Since then, a large number of rakes have been made, the

Sofia Alert

has been triggered

,

Missing Children

disseminates photos of Guadalupe and Interpol placed it on

Yellow Alert

.

In addition, the federal forces joined the operation and a reward of

2 million pesos

was launched

for those who provide some truthful information.

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Source: clarin

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