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Villa El Salvador: children under 12 and 13 years old have been missing since the afternoon of Sunday, February 27 | VIDEO

The family of Fernanda García, 12, and Duvan de La Rosa, 13, report that both minors have been missing since noon on Sunday, February 27. The teenagers were last seen talking on a corner near their homes, in sector 9 group 1 of the district of Villa El Salvador.

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According to Katherine Suarez, Fernanda’s mother, her daughter left home to say goodbye to her friend Duvan, who would return with his family to his native Arequipa on Sunday afternoon, however, the minor never returned home.

“Since noon I haven’t heard from my daughter. My daughter left the house. He went to say goodbye to his little friend who was going on a trip to Arequipa, they have been talking and since then I don’t know anything. He took a small backpack where he could put his cell phone, that was all he took. His cell phone is turned off.”Suarez told Latina.

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For his part, Duvan’s father explained that his son went out to buy some ice cream and it was there that he met Fernanda. I feel very sorry for this decision that you have made or that someone else has made. I want to ask that my son be returned safe and sound, as well as the girl who disappeared with him. He leaves the house to buy ice cream at the store in front of the house. The neighbors say that he met Fernanda and they were talking on the corner.

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In addition, he assured that his son does not know anyone in Lima, since they live in Arequipa and always travel to different parts of the country during vacation times. My son has no friendships with other people, he has not studied here, he has no relatives here. On Sunday we were going to return to Arequipa at 5 pm My son gave me no but to return to the region. He knows that every trip has its return because our life is in Arequipa”.

Meanwhile, Fernanda’s father revealed that at 8:30 pm last Monday his daughter’s cell phone was on for a period of five minutes, however, they couldn’t get in touch with her. He asks the Police to proceed with the geolocation of his cell phone to find the whereabouts of both teenagers, in case they are together.


Between sobs, Fernanda’s mother asked her daughter to come home or to be returned in case she was captured by strangers. Little daughter, little princess, I know you’re watching me. Please, she come home. We are waiting. If someone has it, please return it home, we can’t take it anymore. All I want is for my little girl to come back.”

While Duvan’s father also urged his son to return home. “Ask him to please come back if he has made his decision to move away from home. He knows how much the family misses him. And if there is a family or a person who has captured it, please return it. We have never hurt anyone.”

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