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Chile: Government reinforces border and notifies Interpol for alleged kidnapping of Venezuelan

The Undersecretary of the Interior of Chile, Manuel Monsalvereported this Wednesday that the Executive requested to raise an alert to the Interpol and reinforce border control, after learning of the alleged kidnapping of a citizen of Venezuelan nationality who would be a former military resident in Pepper.

The Government asked the police to reinforce border controls, both at the Chilean policewhich is responsible for border control, as well as Investigative police (PDI) responsible for migration control, and the issuance of an alert was requested Interpola question that has already been asked“Monsalve spoke after the emergency meeting that the Chilean government held when the alleged kidnapping became known.

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According to information released by the local press, the victim was the ex-soldier Ronald Ojeda Morenowho was reportedly kidnapped this morning from his home by a group of individuals posing as police officers.

Monsalve explained that, in addition, the Ministry of Defense Requested “activate and strengthen”border controls carried out by institutions such as the Maritime Police in ports, the General Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGAC) at airports, and Armed forces in the northern regions of Arica, Tarapacá It is Antofagasta.

The authority recalled that it is the Special Anti-Kidnapping Police Investigations Brigade (BEEP) of the Investigative Police (PDI), responsible for “carry out the procedures to clarify this case” and insisted that the investigation be declared “secret” by the Public Ministry, then “it is impossible to provide details”.

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Whoever is responsible for confirming or discarding the hypotheses that arise when there is a complex crime – and kidnappings are complex crimes – is the public ministry within the scope of research”, stressed the undersecretary, who also said that until now he has not contacted the Venezuelan authorities.

Source: Elcomercio

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