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Mexican authorities search for missing San Diego resident, two Australian brothers

SAN DIEGO (FOX 5/KUSI) — A U.S. citizen San Diego resident and two Australian brothers went missing final weekend throughout a browsing journey south of Ensenada, Mexican officers stated.

Authorities turned conscious of the three missing individuals via publications made on social networks, the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Baja California stated in a press release Thursday.

“It should be noted that, although the official report was made 48 hours after the disappearance, the FGE acted immediately upon learning of the facts through publications on digital platforms,” the discharge learn.

During a press convention Thursday, State Attorney General María Elena Andrade stated they’re “making every effort” and “have made progress in the investigation.”

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Three Mexican nationals are below investigation “to obtain information that will allow them to locate the missing persons,” in line with prosecutors.

Mexican authorities confirmed one of many folks detained was a 23-year-old lady who allegedly was in possession of medication and a cellphone that had a wallpaper photograph of one of many missing males.

Tents and a few proof discovered within the space of the place the missing folks have been final seen may be related to the three folks below investigation, Andrade stated.

A white pickup was additionally positioned, though Mexican officers didn’t verify the place they discovered it.

The prosecutor’s workplace, FBI, U.S. and Australian consulate officers are all working in coordination with the case, per Mexican officers.

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