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JW Panamá: América tiene 18 días de estar desaparecida

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América Samudio tiene 75 años y desapareció el 4 de diciembre cuando salió de su casa para hacer una transacción a un banco ubicado en Balboa, en Parque Lefevre. La última comunicación que tuvo por medio del wasap con una de sus hijas fue a las 2:45 de la tarde.

Desde entonces desconocen su paradero.

Sus familiares se encuentran desesperados y la han buscado en hospitales, casas de amigos, en la morgue y hasta la fecha no han podido ubicarla.

La señora América reside en uno de los edificios de Villa Gabriela, en Río Abajo, y pertenece a la iglesia Testigos de Jehová.

Ondina Chuez, una de sus cuatro hijos, dijo a El Siglo que cuando se enteró de la desaparición de su mamá inmediatamente viajó a la ciudad (ella vive en Penonomé) y cuando entró a la habitación, la halló un poco revuelta, como si alguien hubiera estado buscando algo. Eso la mantiene preocupada.

‘Estamos preocupados, no sabemos qué le pasó. Si alguna persona la ha visto o sabe de su paradero por favor llame a la policía', dijo con melancolía Ondina.

Ondina dijo que ya pusieron la denuncia de la desaparición en la Dirección de Investigación Judicial (DIJ), quienes han iniciado las investigaciones del caso.

http://elsiglo.com.pa/cronica-roja/america-tiene-18-dias-estar-desaparecida/24098429

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