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Virginia girl who was abducted by MS-13 gang reported missing again

November 7, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Virginia girl who was abducted by MS-13 gang reported missing again

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A teen girl from Virgina who was reportedly kidnapped last month by a self-proclaimed MS-13 gang member was once again reported missing on Sunday.

Sinahi Aguilar-Cruz, 16, was last seen at her home in Prince William County at roughly 11:30 p.m. on Saturday. Police emphasized that Aguilar-Cruz is believed to be in grave danger and is “in need of assistance,” according to WJLA.

Aguilar-Cruz is a teen with black hair and brown eyes.

Information about the girl’s disappearance has not been revealed, but she was last reported missing in October.

Roberto Medrano-Segovia, 21, kidnapped Aguilar-Cruz when they got into a fight at a party. Medrano-Segovia pulled out a knife and threatened attendees while declaring he was a member of the notoriously vicious gang MS-13.

Medrano-Segovia left and came back with his “associates” and forced Aguilar-Cruz into a vehicle with him. Authorities caught the two suspect later that day, who both originally lied about their identities.

Trump’s administration has made it a “priority” to fight the Central American gang in the U.S. There are approximately 900 to 1,100 MS-13 gang members in Virginia, Maryland and the Washington, D.C. area.

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