Three women were reported missing in Mexico after they crossed the border from Texas on Tuesday. The three women, all in their late 20s, were identified as Sandra Rodriguez, Adriana Cruz, and Karen Villalobos.
The group of women, all from Mexico, had been visiting family in Brownsville, Texas. They decided to take a road trip to Ciudad Acuña, a city in the Mexican state of Coahuila. According to reports, the three women left Brownsville on Tuesday at around 1:30 p.m. and have not been heard from since.
The family of the missing women contacted the Mexican and U.S. authorities to alert them of the situation. The Mexican government has confirmed that the three women did cross the border into Mexico on Tuesday, but they have yet to be located.
The family of the missing women is pleading for their safe return. In a statement, the family asked that anyone with information come forward and contact the Mexican or U.S. authorities.
This is not the first time that travelers have gone missing in Mexico. In recent years, there has been an increase in kidnappings and other criminal activities in the region. With the recent rise in violence, travelers are advised to exercise caution and be aware of their surroundings.
These three women have become the latest victims of Mexico’s dangerous roads. As of now, their whereabouts are still unknown.