Friday, September 30 2022

Through a statement, authorities said they were looking for the remains of Malcolm Madsen, the Canadian who disappeared in 2018 after going to a bar in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, with his girlfriend Marcela A.

With the help of trained dogs, the state attorney’s office and federal authorities launched the investigation from five “points of interest” where they obtained information after Malcolm’s disappearance.

Malcolm Madsen’s disappearance occurred in October 2018, when the Canadian went to a bar in Puerto Vallarta with his Mexican girlfriend Marcela A., and when he left there, nothing was heard from again. of the Canadian.


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In November 2019, foreign media such as “The Star” from Toronto, Canada released a video where Malcolm and Marcela A. are seen inside the bar, and while the Canadian is distracted, Marcela is said to have put on some thing in his glass.

So far three people are being held on suspicion of Malcolm’s disappearance, the first of them is Marcela A., her brother Martín Alejandro A. and Marcela’s son, Andrés Javier “N”.

The search for Malcolm’s remains will be carried out by the Special Prosecutor for Missing Persons (FEPD), Sedena, elements of Civil Protection and Firefighters, the National Guard, the IJCF and the canine group of the Ministry of Public Security. .

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