They located a missing Cuban teenager in Havana

Cuban teenager Carla de la Caridad Milano Garciafor whom vanishement Family and friends reported Monday in Havana that she had been found safe and sound.

Carlos Miano, the minor’s father, who pointed this out The young woman was last seen on Sunday Along the Seventy-Third Coast, in the municipality of Playa, it was revealed that the Capri police already had the girl.

Capture Facebook / Carlos A. Miano

“My family, thank you all for your unconditional support, participation, prayers and awareness of the situation. She did show up. Now my cousin picked her up and she is safe and sound thanks to God. Thank you very much and blessings,” Idelys de la Caridad Chao Sade wrote on Facebook.

Facebook/Idelys screenshot of La Caridad Chao Sade

“Thank God that PNR Capri already has the girl. My thanks to everyone. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart. Thank you, Lord. Thank you to everyone who stepped in and supported. Thank you, thousands,” another family member repeated.

None of the aforementioned sources provided further details about the circumstances in which the minor was found.

Mauro Torres, a Facebook account close to State Security, indicated that the head of the PNR Council and the mother went out to search for Carla de la Caridad, and added – citing an alleged neighbor as a source – that the momentary disappearance “It was on behalf of a boyfriend she had.”

“In Cuba, it is not normal for people to disappear, which is why when there is a case like this, the search system is quickly mobilized which is still very effective today.”boasted Torres, whose statement contradicted criticism from relatives of other missing persons who in recent years expressed the authorities’ lack of interest in similar cases.

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Screenshot of Facebook/Mauro Torres 2.0 page

Carla de la Caridad Milano García resides in the Ponce neighborhood, in the Arroyo Naranjo municipality in Havana, and did not have a mobile phone at the time of her disappearance. The family filed the corresponding complaint with PNR as previously revealed by the feminist platform YoSíTeCreo in Cuba, which shared the complaint.

At the time of writing, there are no other confirmed details about the case.

Taking into account the increase in disappearances in Cuba, the feminist platform YoYesTeCreo asked the Cuban government for support in implementing Amber Alert, a notification system for missing minors.

the #AMBER ALERT It has been implemented since 1996 in countries such as Guatemala, Argentina, Nicaragua, Germany, Australia, Canada, Spain, Costa Rica, the United States, France, Puerto Rico, Mexico, the Netherlands, Peru, the United Kingdom, the Dominican Republic and the United Arab Emirates. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Ecuador.

AMBER is a retroactive abbreviation in English for America’s Missing: Emergency Response BroadcastWhich originally referred to Amber Hagerman, the girl who was kidnapped and found dead days later.

In recent years, an increasing number of Cuban women have been turning to social media to try to locate their missing relatives.

One of the most recent cases is that of an elderly woman Kobe suffers from schizophrenia Who was absent from his home in Holguin for more than 20 days. Her name is Mariela Arce Rodriguez Their relatives went online twice to ask for help.

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