2 U.S. Children Missing in Mexico Could Be in Immient Danger

Two children from the U.S. vanished in Mexico last week and may be in danger.

The Nuevo Leon Attorney General’s office said Hugo Yarset Monfort Luna, 9, and his sister, Aranza Yosemiti Monfort, 17, were last seen on March 17 in Real de San Felipe, in Nuevo León. Additional details regarding their disappearance were not provided.

Right now, it is unclear whether the siblings now live in Mexico or were visiting.

According to the Daily Mail, Hugo Monfort was described as being 3 feet, 6 inches tall, and having dark straight brown hair, and dark brown eyes. He’s missing a tooth on the lower jaw on the right side.

Yosemiti Monfort was described as being 5 feet, 2 inches tall, and having straight dark brown hair.

At the time of her disappearance, Yosemiti Monfort was reportedly wearing black pants, a pink shirt, a long gray sweater with blue sneakers, and a black sweater tied around her waist. She was also said to be carrying a brown bag.

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[Featured image: Aranza Yosemiti Monfort and Hugo Yarset Monfort Luna/Nuevo Leon Government]