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Rio Grande Valley ‘Se Busca Información’ campaign

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The United States and Mexico have announced five criminal targets operating near Rio Grande for their “Se Busca Información” initiative. USCBP Image
The United States and Mexico have announced five criminal targets operating near Rio Grande for their “Se Busca Información” initiative. USCBP Image

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RIO GRANDE VALLEY, Texas — The United States and Mexico have announced five criminal targets operating near Rio Grande for their “Se Busca Información” initiative.

Launched in 2016 as a joint effort between the U.S. Border Patrol and the Government of Mexico, “Se Busca Información” identifies individuals associated with transnational criminal organizations sought for crimes associated with human and drug smuggling on both sides of the border.

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“Transnational Criminal Organizations continue to place profit over human lives,” said Chief Patrol Agent Gloria Chavez of the Rio Grande Valley Sector. “Through the “Se Busca Información” initiative, community members on both sides of the border will be able to provide us information on individuals who place human lives at risk every day.”

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The five individuals’ pictures are placed on posters, flyers, and billboards in heavily traveled locations throughout the region for public viewing. In Mexico, they are displayed on bulletins, billboards, and posters along city streets.  Posters will be displayed at U.S. Border Patrol stations, immigration checkpoints, and international ports of entry in the Rio Grande Valley border region.

Those who believe they have information about these criminals can confidentially report this information to law enforcement in Rio Grande Valley by phone at U.S. 1-800-863-9382/MEX 001-880-863-9382 or by ‘WhatsApp’ at (956) 295-0887. The phone lines are open 24 hours a day to a special ‘Se Busca Información’ intelligence center.

It is important to note that an arrest or criminal complaint is merely a charge and should not be considered evidence of guilt. Subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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