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Posted: Thursday, October 4, 2018. 5:16 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: Today, several residents of San Ignacio and Santa Elena asked the San Ignacio Police Commander to comment on reports of attempted kidnapping in the community. 

Community members are concerned after seeing several social media posts about kidnappers attempting to kidnap students in the area. 

Superintendent Richard Rosado, Commander of San Ignacio Police responded to the citizens queries by informing that the police had not received any official reports of attempted kidnapping of students. 

“ No report has reached the police of kidnapping or kidnappers so I assume that it is just rumors, Rosado stated. 

Rosado also shared that officers are actively investigating the recent burglary reports in the area. 

Foot and mobile patrols in the Twin towns and San Ignacio formation jurisdiction have also been notified to be on the lookout for suspicious activities.  

Furthermore, Rosado encouraged the public to report any suspicious activities, take photos of it and immediately notify the police. 

 

 

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