Agencies in US, Mexico Working to Search for Top 10 Most Wanted
REYNOSA, Tamaulipas, Mex. – Border Patrol and other agencies on the local, state, federal level and Mexican officials need the public's help finding 10 suspects to decrease crime on both sides of the border.
Agustina Almanza lives in the state of Tamaulipas, an area the U.S Department of State warns "do not travel," because of the crime and kidnappings.
This is something Mexican and U.S officials are trying to target.
The initiative is called "Se busca información" and officials try to capture those causing the harm, like these ten most wanted that both countries want to detain.
There are two main ways you can provide officials with information.
You can call 1-800-863-9382 or send a free text on the mobile application, Whatsapp, to 1-956-295-0887.
All tips will be received by the RGV Border Patrol sector.
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