Turista argentino desapareció en Chiapas

Agustín Caloppo was not seen again since last May 8. Agustín Caloppo: Instagram @agus.tino87 San Cristobal de las Casas: Getty Images

Agustín Caloppo, 33 years old, disappeared in the state of Chiapas during the night of last Sunday, May 8. At this time his whereabouts are unknown. The tourist was traveling through the city.

According to information provided by the search bulletin issued by the Chiapas State Attorney General’s Office, the complaint was filed by a female person, in which she stated that she had Agustín Galoppo was last seen outside his home in the San Ramón neighborhoodin the municipality of San Cristóbal de las Casas, at approximately 9:30 p.m. on May 8.

The individual of Argentine origin has a light brown complexion, a slim complexion, his height is one meter and 75 centimeters, he has short hair, medium-sized dark brown eyes, a medium-sized mouth, while his nose is medium-sized and turned up. As a particular sign, he has a balloon-shaped tattoo on his left hand.

The disappeared person was as a tourist in the state of Chiapas.  Photo: Citizen Observer of Chiapas
The disappeared person was as a tourist in the state of Chiapas. Photo: Citizen Observer of Chiapas

The tourist has not been located since then, so the Chiapas State Prosecutor’s Office issued a recommendation to citizens to provide the State Public Ministry with the information they have to find the whereabouts of the disappeared person.

According to information provided by Galoppo’s social networks, he was visiting the city of San Cristóbal de las Casas, in Chiapas. Through his Instagram account, it is observed that the native of Buenos Aires, he was dedicated to traveling to different cities in the world, among which are Cancun, Yucatan, Guerrero and Querétaro, in Mexico.

Agustín has travel logs in various cities around the world.  Photos: Instagram/agus.tino87
Agustín has travel logs in various cities around the world. Photos: Instagram/agus.tino87

Missing foreigners in Mexico

According to information from the National Data Registry of Missing or Disappeared Persons (RNPED) consulted on May 12, in Mexico there are almost three thousand foreigners reported as missing. Of the total, most come from the United States, resulting in 966 individuals, of which 515 are men and the rest are women.

The following countries of origin of missing foreigners in Mexico, ordered from highest to lowest, are: Honduras with 526 missing persons, Guatemala with 434, Colombia with 204, El Salvador with 203, Nicaragua with 70 and Cuba with 71, being the most affected. .

Also on the list are people of Canadian, Venezuelan, Peruvian, Indian, Argentine and Spanish nationality. The registry contemplates 24 disappeared of Argentine origin; 18 men and 6 women.

In Mexico there are high numbers of missing persons.  REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
In Mexico there are high numbers of missing persons. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido

On the other hand, the registry contemplates 13 thousand 332 people to whom no nationality is attributed due to lack of information. Of that total, 9 thousand 333 are men, 3 thousand 630 women and 369 people of indeterminate sex.

Of the total number of disappeared in Mexico

The states that report the most disappeared persons in total, whether foreigners or Mexicans, are: State of Mexicowith more than 43 thousand people; jaliscowith 23 thousand 660; followed by Tamaulipas, Chihuahua and Guanajuatolist to which Mexico City is added with 11 thousand 555 people.

Regarding the age range, Most of the missing women are between 15 and 19 years old.; however, the range covers from 5 to 24 years, while the age of men ranges from 15 to 29.

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