“We are waiting for you at home”; “Three months looking for Maryori”; “We are looking for you Magdoval”; “You could have escaped from our sight, but not from our hearts”; “I’ve already traveled through hills and hospitals and I can’t find you, my dear daughter,”Today is Marllory, tomorrow they can be yours”, are the phrases written by more than a hundred people who marched in Huancayo in search of their loved one.
Not even the lump in their throats that formed from the uncertainty about the parade of their missing loved ones, prevented them from shouting their name and asking for support to find them.
The last case of disappearance is that of the bricklayer Magdoval Díaz Flores (39), who left his job, in El Tambo, last Friday, May 20, and his whereabouts are unknown. His brothers, wife and daughter are waiting for him at his house, who visited hospitals, police stations, a morgue, and even places where a corpse is found.
Dafne Palomino Marticorena (12), is another of the minors not seen since May 10. On May 15, Marllory Riveros Noroña (20) disappeared. More than three months ago, Maryori De la Cruz Saldaña (14) has not been heard of, for whom she offers S / 10 thousand. Like them, there are another twenty cases of missing persons in the city and they are not found.
Relatives of girls, young people and the elderly who disappeared in Huancayo walk more than 5 kilometers asking for support to locate their loved ones