Colleagues, friends and authorities launched a campaign to search for a Mexicali dentist who was reported missing Friday.
The College of Dental Surgeons of Mexicali urged the authorities to mobilize and carry out an immediate and exhaustive search for José Valenzuela Fierro.
“Our colleague is a professional recognized for his impeccable career and conduct, with an honest, noble and frank character,” the College wrote in a statement. “The College of Dental Surgeons of Mexicali and the general public of Baja California request to continue the search and put an end to this painful situation that affects our union and (the dentist’s) family.”
The dental surgeons of Mexicali urged Governor Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda and the authorities to firmly act to guarantee Valenzuela Fierro’s safety and safe return.
The State Commission for the Search of Missing People of Baja California shared an image of the 74-year-old professional, who was described as having light brown skin, a wide and medium nose, light brown eyes, black, straight and short hair, a large mouth and medium lips, robust complexion, who is 1.65 meters tall.
As a particular sign, the Commission detailed that the dental surgeon has a scar on his left foot.
To those who have information on the whereabouts of the professional, the authorities asked to share details by dialing 9-1-1 or 0-8-9.
The State Attorney General’s Office reported that Valenzuela Fierro was seen last Friday after leaving his home, located in the Jardines de San Marcos subdivision.
To date, relatives do not know the whereabouts of the dental surgeon.
An orange 2021 Dodge Challenger and a 2016 black Ford Lobo pickup were also missing at the scene.