- A young woman identified as Jacqueline Hernández was located after being abducted 14 years ago.
- Authorities confirmed that Jacqueline Hernández was found safe and sound.
- The young woman and her mother met in a border area between the United States and Mexico.
Many stories also have happy endings. A young woman identified as Jacqueline Hernández, who was kidnapped 14 years ago, was found safe and sound and has already been reunited with her mother in a border area between the United States and Mexico.
Jacqueline Hernández, a Florida girl who disappeared after being abducted when she was 6 years old in 2007, has been able to reunite with her mother recently, police said, cited by Fox News Tuesday, September 14.
A story with a happy ending
The great news of the case that was unsolved around the disappearance of Jacqueline Hernández, who is now 19 years old, occurred on September 2 when her mother, Angélica Vences Salgado, was “contacted through social networks by a woman who claimed to be his kidnapped daughter, ”the Clermont Police Department said in a statement published Monday in Facebook.
Investigators detailed that Jacqueline Hernández told Angélica Vences Salgado that she was in Mexico and wanted to meet her at a border entry point in the southern Texas city of Laredo on Friday, September 10.
Jacqueline Hernández is reunited with her mother 14 years after being abducted
That day, around 1.50 in the afternoon, agents from Homeland Security Investigations, the ERO Office of the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service, the Border Patrol and the Laredo Police Department “intercepted the Mother Angelica and the woman who claimed to be the victim ”on the border between the United States and Mexico, the Clermont Police Department said.
“Based on the documentation provided to these agencies by Angélica and the Clermont Police Department, they determined that the woman was really Jacqueline Hernández, who was taken from her mother in 2007,” added authorities.
Jacqueline Hernández was found safe and sound
“At approximately 4:55 pm, Jacqueline… was successfully reunited with her mother,” the Clermont Police Department statement said. Later, the police released a photo of the mother and daughter hugging in the touching encounter after more than a decade.
“This is an excellent example of what can be accomplished when multiple law enforcement agencies and their respective communities work together and maintain open lines of communication,” Clermont Police Chief Charles Broadway said in the statement.
Jacqueline Hernández would have been kidnapped by her father in 2007
“In this case, several agencies in different counties and states of the nation were able to create a force multiplier and help reunite the victim with his mother after 14 years,” added the police statement published on the aforementioned social network.
According to the Fox News report, in 2007, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement notified that Jacqueline Hernández was “allegedly abducted by her father Pablo Hernández” on December 22 of that year.
The whereabouts of the father of Jacqueline hernandez
At that time, a felony abduction warrant was issued against Father Pablo Hernández and investigators said that he and the little girl could be traveling to Mexico, where the victim was now confirmed to be.
As of Tuesday, Sept. 14, Pablo Hernández’s current whereabouts were not immediately clear, Fox News said, saying it has already contacted the Clermont Police Department for further comment. The conditions in which Jacqueline Hernández was found after the abduction were also specified.
They celebrate the reunion of Jacqueline Hernández and her mother
In the publication made by the Clermont Police Department on Facebook, some users have celebrated the reunion between Jacqueline Hernández and her mother Angélica Vences Salgado after the abduction that occurred 14 years ago.
“Amazing story”, “Congratulations, thank you for being the heroes”, “I’m glad we have good news for a change. Police departments do a great job. God bless you all ”,“ awesome! Congratulations to all the law enforcement agencies involved ”,” wow! What an amazing story! “,” A beautiful story! Thank you! ”Are part of the messages that can be read on Facebook.
Dulce María Alavez will be missing for two years and still no one solves the mystery
The sad puzzle remains to be completed. Next week will mark two long years since the kidnapping of the Hispanic girl Dulce María Alavez and no authority has yet managed to solve the mystery of her disappearance in New Jersey.
A group of walkers will meet on the afternoon of Thursday, September 16 in Bridgeton City Park to remind everyone of the mystery that remains unsolved after two years of the disappearance of the Hispanic Dulce María Alavez. NJ.com Saturday.
Another year without Dulce María Alavez returning home
Dulce María Alavez was 5 years old when she disappeared in a park while playing with her younger brother on September 16, 2019. Her disappearance sparked a massive search in the park and surrounding communities, and news of the case spread internationally when the photo of the little Hispanic girl appeared on television shows, flyers and billboards. So far, a reward that has not been claimed remains at $ 75,000, recalled the aforementioned newspaper.
A candlelight vigil was held in the park where the girl disappeared on September 16 last year. Now, a group of volunteers who have worked to spread the word and search for clues to the disappearance will seek to test a new approach.
They will make a silent walk for Dulce María Alavez
“We wanted to do something different,” explained one of the organizers of the walk, Anna Donnelly, to NJ.com. “We just wanted to go for a walk. We wanted to light the way to bring Dulce home ”back to her family, she added.
The event, which Anna Donnelly said will include the family of Dulce María Alavez, will begin with the lighting of candles on the tree dedicated to the girl in Bridgeton City Park. Walkers will head to the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office and Bridgeton Police Station during the walk, while lighting additional battery-powered candles along the way.
The walk will be at the place and time the girl disappeared
Instead of chanting slogans, they will march in silence, Anna Donnelly pointed out. “We choose to be silent because we all have our differences. So, for this day, we decided to keep silent to bring peace, unity and justice to Dulce, ”he said.
The walk is called “Celebrating a Life That Still Shines,” according to an event flyer. Attendees are asked to wear yellow (since Dulce María Alavez was wearing a yellow shirt when she disappeared) and to meet in the park at 4:00 in the afternoon, which was the time the little girl was last seen. once that sad September afternoon. For more information visit this note.
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