Saturday, January 7, 2017



FBI offers reward for attacker of officer of the Consulate
The Federal Bureau of Investigation will give up to 20 thousand dollars to those who provide information to find those responsible for the aggression, which occurred yesterday in Guadalajara

1/7/2017 11:48 AM


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In a bulletin, the United States Consulate in Jalisco announced that the FBI offers a reward of up to $ 20,000 to anyone who provides data to find the person responsible for the assault with a firearm against an officer of that office in Guadalajara, Jalisco.

For information leading to the identification of the subject who shot an officer of the Consulate General of the United States in Guadalajara. "

Please call the United States Embassy in Mexico City if you acknowledge it at (01-55) 5080-2000. The shooter video is available on this Facebook page, "he noted.

The events occurred around 6:20 pm on Friday; According to local newspapers, the attack was at the exit of a building located on Vallarta Avenue between Calle César and Juan Palomar and Arias, where the officer was aboard his vehicle, and waiting for the gate to rise. Parking lot, was shot by a man.

The man who fired the gun escaped with another subject aboard a motorcycle, and today they are wanted by the authorities of both nations.

Through a statement, the Attorney General's Office (PGR) said that among the actions to find those responsible are constant communication with the US embassy and the involvement of staff of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) "Said the PGR.

He indicated that the state and federal authorities are in collaboration to carry out the corresponding investigations and provide due protection to the officer, who according to the medical report is stable.

Video of the moment of the aggression:


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