Teen missing in Mexico reunited with family

| 29/04/2014

(CNS): What appears to have been a difficult and sensitive case of a missing teenager for both the police and the local family involved has been resolved with the safe return of the 15 year old boy  from Mexico. The teenager had been missing since January of this year and although the local press and police were aware the alarm had not been raised locally as a result of what were described as delicate circumstances by the boys family in Cayman. The boy had gone to Mexico on a vacation with a relative but when he did not return at the beginning of the year and began sending text messages that gave the family cause for concern they contacted the police.

Working with the immigration department, the deputy governor’s Office, Interpol, the US and the RCIPS said the Mexican authorities repatriated the boy this weekend. The boy who is now 15 but was 14 when he was reported missing arrived in Cayman on Monday 28 April when he was safely  reunited with his mother in good health.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    thank you civil servants- you have made us proud again!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Welcome back young man!! I hope this was a learning experience that you dont want to learn again.

    Now for the officers that risked their lives in a foreign country to get this young man back home to his family,A JOB WELL DONE! I see already where the bashers are runnings their mouths, pay no attention to those typical idiots..

    To all persons involved, a job well done! (Cayman Interpol, Immigration, Deputy Govs Office, Police, Mexico Interpol, UK Consulate, US Customs and Immigration, etc.)

    DONT HATE, PARTICIPATE !!!!!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    "Delicate" circumstances….then why are you reporting on this story.  Leave it alone.  Glad the boy is home

  4. xxx says:

    Hallelujah  !   So happy to hear he is home safe and sound with his family.  I know his family well and I am sure his Mom is overjoyed to have him home.

  5. sean says:

    lets hear the neagtive bloggers bash the civil servants who rescued this young boy!

  6. Anonymous says:

    That certainly raises more questions than it answers.