Abducted Girl Found Dead In Wheelie Bin With Torture Signs

Story ByMaja Mishevksa, Sub EditorMarija StojkoskaAgencyNewsflash


The tortured body of this little seven-year-old girl seen here being led away by the hand with an unidentified woman who collected her from school has been found in a bin bag in a wheelie bin.

Schoolgirl Fatima Cecilia Aldriguett Anton have been waiting for her mum to collect her from her school in the central Mexican capital Mexico City, but another woman showed up and led the girl away by her hand.

This CCTV footage shows the woman walking along the street with the young girl victim and the police said she the woman is the main suspect in the case, and they are still trying to track her down.

The girl was reported as missing on 11th February and her body was found in the municipality of Tlahuac inside a rubbish bag in a wheelie bin four days later, according to local media.

Reports said that prosecutors are offering a reward of two million MXN (82,725 GBP) to anyone who can provide information on the case.


Head of the Mexico City government Claudia Sheinbaum said: “This crime will not go unpunished.”

Mexico’s left-wing president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador commented: “It is terrible that something like this can happen.

He also blamed “social, family problems” and called the incident a “social disease”.

Fatima’s mum Maria Magdalena Anton reportedly accused a man called Alan Herrera of being involved.

She claimed: “I do not know the woman, but she was sent by Alan Herrera.”

The mother also said that Herrera had attacked her and some relatives on previous occasions, according to reports.

So far, the details of the girl’s autopsy are being kept secret as the investigation continues.

No arrests have been made yet.

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