Manacapuru public employee who was missing is located traveling to Porto Velho

Addressed by the police team and asked about the reason for the trip without telling the family, the woman said she was going to visit a friend.
24/01/2020 16h43 - Updated 25/01/2020 15h55

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The research team from the Department of Specialized Police (DEP) Manacapuru, under the coordination of delegated Roberta Merly, holder of the police unit, in joint action with civil police of Police Specialized Police (DEP) Humaita military and police of the city, located, on Thursday morning (23/01), around 0h30, the civil servant Maria José da Silva Avelar, 31, who had been missing since the afternoon 20 January this year.

According to the police, the woman, who is pregnant with 12 weeks, He had disappeared after leaving her mother's house, stating that he would return to the residence where you live, located in the residential Manacapuru, state highway AM-010. Since then the family had not had more news about it.

Under delegated, após denúncia recebida na DEP do município de Manacapuru (distant 68 kilometers straight from the capital) informando que Maria José estaria viajando espontaneamente para Porto Velho, Merly fez contato com a equipe de investigação de Humaitá, solicitando apoio para localizar a funcionária pública.

“Após tomarmos conhecimento do possível paradeiro de Maria José, iniciamos contato com as policiais dos municípios por onde o ônibus, que iria para Porto Velho, faria a rota. O veículo parou na rodoviária de Humaitá (distant 590 kilometers straight from Manaus), ocasião em os policiais civis a localizaram, and solve this case ", disse Merly.

Still, under delegated, when it was approached by the police team and asked about the reason for the trip without telling the family, the woman said she was going to visit a friend in the city of Porto Velho and soon returns to her city.

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