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Baja & Border News Translations: Young Woman from Ensenada Missing; Police Start Patrol of City for Christmas
Young Woman from Ensenada Missing (El Mexicano, 11/30/12)
Ensenada, BC – The Ensenada area Justice Attorney requests the collaboration of citizens to locate Melissa Caloca Serrano, 23 years of age. Melissa is of thin build, with a dark clear complexion clear, long chestnut brown hair and brown eyes.
The mother of the young woman went to the Public Prosecutor's Office to report that on the morning of November 28, Melisa, went to her work in a black 2003 Dodge Neon, and since has not returned.
The complainant stated that around 9 p.m. on November 28, the mother and daughter communicated via telephone indicating that she was in the city of Tijuana, however since then, she could not find her.
Therefore the collaboration of citizens is requested, so if you have information or data about her possible whereabouts, report it in the Ministerial police at (646) 152 25 30 or (646) 152 25 31. http://www.el-mexicano.com.mx/informacion/noticias/1/22/policiaca/2012/11/30/633354/buscan-a-melissa-en-ensenada.aspx
Police Start Patrol of City for Christmas (El Mexicano, 11/30/12, by Fernando Escobedo Camacho)
ENSENADA, BC – Police officers will safeguard businesses and citizens who come to the downtown area and city shopping areas. Yesterday began Operation Didciembre Seguro which will be guarded by more than 60 officers on foot, motorcycles and pick ups, making clear a recommendation for these times is not to bring too much money and when coming to get bonuses from cashiers or banks, be accompanied by another person.
The Coordinator of Operation Didciembre Seguro, Deputy Commander Humberto Durán Durán said that at all the shops in the city adjacent to calles Reforma, México, Delante y Cortez, there will be added security to prevent an increase in robberies or assaults to dealers or buyers.
The Operational Coordinator asked citizens themselves to prevent assaults and for this reason there is no better strategy than not go shopping with lots of money. If you have a credit card or are due pay, don’t bring a lot of money to the market. Another recommendation is to go shopping accompanied by another person and call the municipal police immediately if you see anything suspicious. This recommendation also extends to businesses.
These days, at shops and with passers-by, thefts will increase and for all, it is important to prevent them. Do not go to ATMs and show your money, because only in that way can we prevent robberies. http://www.el-mexicano.com.mx/informacion/noticias/1/22/policiaca/2012/11/30/633352/inicia-operativo-navideno-en-la-ciudad.aspx
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