Crime and Violence

PGR Offers Reward for Information about Missing Customs Officer

The Attorney General’s Office (PGR) offered a reward to anyone with information about the whereabouts of the manager of the Customs Office of Veracruz, Francisco Serrano Aramoni, who disappeared on June 1st.

In an agreement published in the Official Gazette, the unit indicates that the amount would be up to 10 million pesos, for those who provide information to identify, locate and arrest those responsible for the kidnapping.

Serrano Aramoni disappeared on June 1 at Puente Morelos de la Ciudad de Veracruz, but so far there is no information on his whereabouts or the identity of those involved in the incident.

The PGR said that the information provided by the public will be received at the email address [email protected] and telephone numbers (55) 53-46-15-44 and (55) 53-46-00 — 00, extension 4748, in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, and 01-800-831-3196 from anywhere in the country.

Serrano, 39 years of age, is considered an expert in customs inspection. As manager of Customs port of Veracruz, a position he has held since January 2007, he focused on monitoring petition goods and taxation.

At various rallies, the fiscal officer spoke to combat piracy and the arrival of technical smuggling port.

After being threatened by organized crime, customs administrator requested federal protection– and after two months off he suspended his own request.

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