|El Diario de Coahuila|
Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas— Monday February 18 2013- The government of Tamaulipas through the Attorney General of the State reported that Balmori Roberto Alejandro Garza, who serves as the head of the Secretariat of Public Safety, as missing in the town of Nuevo Laredo.
After several days, there have been various hypotheses about the whereabouts and location of the municipal official of the border city. Necessary instructions have been issued to locate him.
In a statement issued by the authorities, the authorities confirmed that they instructed the delegate of the PGJE (Office of the State Attorney General), Pedro Castillo, in Nuevo Laredo to switch jobs in order correspond to the respective authorities for establishing the collection of information leading to the whereabouts of the municipal official.
Furthermore, it is reported that the Attorney General of the State, through the staff assigned to the delegation of the institution, began questioning the absence of Balmori Garza.
Just last September of 2012 in that same town, there was a vehicle located with the remains of 3 dead bodies located inside the vehicle. The bodies were identified as José Luis Orozco (the police chief strategy officer), Arturo Alvarado (In charge of weapons), and Guillermo Hernández Pacheco (The director analysis of the SSPE (State Public Security Secretariat)
The State Public Security Secretariat and the State Attorney General’s Office reported that around 23:00 hours on Wednesday, September 19, they received a report on the finding on Jesus Carranza Street and Paseo Colón, in the border city mentioned.
The Public Prosecutor in turn, with the support of the Forensic Services Unit and the state police, moved to the scene to begin a preliminary investigation, attesting that inside the gray 2012 Chevy Aveo, with Tamaulipas state plates, were the bodies of the three people who were later identified as public servants of the Ministry of Public Security of the State of Tamaulipas.
According to information issued by Tamaulipas state authorities, these public servants were killed in the line of duty.
The vehicle in which they were traveling had bullet holes from gun fire. At the scene, there were 32 high-caliber cartridges found.