A missing woman was reported 28 years ago in Texas, USA, and was found in Monterey, Nuevo Lane, in northern Mexico.
The woman was identified as Jane MacDonald Crohn, who left her home in Houston, Texas in 1993, to go to work and never came back. Since then, the US authorities have begun the search process.
The discovery of the missing woman came after her presence on the streets had attracted some attention.
A network user named Abraham Gonzalez, You have sent a message to report That the woman lives on a street outside a pharmacy.
Later, a friend of Gonzalez investigated the woman’s name on the Internet and discovered that she was wanted by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), After reporting the kidnapping.
Based on this finding, Gonzalez asked to locate the woman seen in central Monterrey, and the request was answered by a young woman named Sonya de la Garza, who located the American citizen and offered her assistance.
The young Mexican brought groceries and personal hygiene items to the 62-year-old MacDonald Crohn.
De la Garza said, “I told her not to worry and she told me she was lost. I gave her cookies and electrolytes, and she showed me a rabbit and a rooster that she brought.” In an interview with ABC Noticias.
After being notified of the discovery, a local FBI agent called Mexican immigration authorities to locate MacDonald’s Crohn and run some DNA tests to verify his identity. The woman’s relatives were also notified.
Mexico’s National Institute of Immigration reports that after an operation with Nuevo Lin State authorities, US citizenship will be returned to their country of origin.
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