The Ministry of Security of the nation officially announced on Thursday A reward of 1.5 million pesos for those who provide data on Bruno Gentiletti’s current whereabouts. The young man, who will turn 34 in June, was last seen on March 2, 1997 in the Florida area and disappeared without a trace.
In 2020, the Santa Fe Secretariat for Human Rights reinvigorated the search for the young man’s whereabouts at the express request of his mother. As detailed at the time, “New Technologies in Selection and Projection” made it possible to perform a face-projection that it could be today and that is why it was launched.
The award was requested by OCCA Attorney General David Kariza and published Thursday in the Official Gazette. According to the text signed by Minister Anibal Fernández, the amount is “allocated to those persons who, without interfering with the criminal act, provide useful information that will allow us to find the whereabouts of Bruno Alberto Gentileti”
Those who can provide data must Call the national line 134 Or send a confidential email to [email protected]