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Maydelith Sulem Carmona Favian

Kidnapped/AbductedCold Case

Missing Persons Details

Missing Person
Maydelith Sulem Carmona Favian
Last Seen
December 25, 2011
Case Status
Intake Date
November 29, 2021
Source of Record


Oaxaca City

Physical Description

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Last Seen Wearing
Short sleeves green blouse, gray sweat shirt with purple hearts prints, black framed  eye glasses, hair tied in a pony tail, white running shoes, purple cell phone black berry brand

Details of Disappearance

She met a friend for coffee at "Plaza Bella" on December 25, 2011. She took a public bus around 3:45 PM, she called a couple of persons using her cell phone between 3:48 - 4:00 PM telling them she took the wrong bus and was at Calzada Madero. She turned on J.P  Garcia street and informed she was going to  get off at Bustamante street and take a Moto Taxi at "Parque del Amor" to head to her neighborhood Rodriguez Alcaine in San Juan Chapultepec, Oaxaca. ,It is unknown if she got off the bus nor if she took the moto taxi.

Case Numbers

Verified with Law Enforcement

Police Contact Information

Procuradoria General de la Republica

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