13-year old girl is raped and killed in Mexico during lockdown as family goes really bitter


A 13-year-old girl was r.a.p.e.d and killed after an attacker broke into her home while her mother was out buying food.

Ana Paola’s lifeless body was found in a bedroom at her home in the city of Nogales, Mexico.

Her family had been in lockdown, but her mother was allowed out to get some essential items.

According to local media, the victim’s mother, who has not been named, had left the house shortly before the attack to do the shopping as permitted under the country's lockdown laws.

During that time, someone broke into the house and reportedly r3ped and murdered the 13-year-old.

According to local media, nothing was stolen.

The victim’s mother was first alerted when her ex-partner called to say that he was unable to get hold of their daughter.

She rushed back to her house only to find the police there.

A police spokesman said: “The victim was found in one of the bedrooms and signs of violence to her face, apparently from blows.

“The father of the underage person contacted the mother over the phone where he revealed the 13-year-old girl had gone missing.

"She arrived at her home which was already secured by officers of the Municipal Police.”

A family member said: “Someone broke into my cousin’s house in Nogales. They raped and killed my niece, who was 13 years old.

“Any thoughts of solidarity, citizenship and economy are pointless.

"Today, Mexico, the government and the world, do not count on me anymore.”

The victim’s mother said on social media: “There are no words to explain my feelings.

"I just want to be thankful that my girl lived and shined on Earth for 13 years and from today, will shine in the sky dancing for eternity.”

The incident sparked outrage and the hashtag #JusticiaParaAnaPaola (Justice for Ana Paola) has trended on social media.

The girl’s death also caused resentment on social networks regarding the COVID-19 lockdown.

There have been no reports of any arrests and the investigation is ongoing.

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