Billboards Featuring Top Ten Most Wanted Mexican Nationals Placed Across Valley
WESLACO – Billboards that feature the top ten most wanted Mexican nationals can now be seen across the Rio Grande Valley.
The ‘Se Busca’ campaign started in the RGV Sector in 2018.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection assistant chief Javier Rodriguez explains as soon as one of the criminals is arrested, another replaces that individual on the list.
Rodriguez says the list is compiled with the help of the Mexican government.
“The extortions, the kidnappings, all along the border RGV sector, we identified them, put them on poster boards,” explains Rodriguez.
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