Candela Rodriguez is still missing and a rewards is offered
Buenos Aires, August 18, 2011
Candela Rodriguez is an 11-year-old girl who disappeared on Monday August 22, at the corner of her home in Hurlingham town in Buenos Aires province.
Security and Justice Minister Ricardo Casal reported that “the provincial government offered a reward of 100,000 pesos for those who provide reliable information on Candela whereabouts and who contribute data to find it.”
Yesterday a march was repeated, this time performed on Vergara Av., and was led by relatives, teachers and Candela’s classmates.
Prosecutor Marcelo Tavolaro, head of the Functional Unit of Instruction (UFI) in Morón in charge of the case said that he doesn’t rule out any hypothesis, they are all valid and for the moment it would not be a kidnapping.
The prosecutor also talked about Candela’s father, who is currently detained at the prison in Magdalena for theft, but there was no evidence regarding the missing girl.
Candela’s mother is accompanying the researchers in a number of procedures and is assisted by a specialized team of psychologists.