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Catedrático de UTEC fue raptado en cajero automático, según APES

Asociación de Periodistas denunció que PNC no dio atención debida a denuncia que sus familiares presentaron por su desaparición desde el pasado viernes.
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This picture taken 19 years shows Aimee Maiden (circled left)  and Nick Wheeler (circled right)  at Mousehole beach, Cornwall. A couple browsing old family photo albums ahead of their wedding were shocked to find a picture of themselves playing together on a beach - as CHILDREN. See SWNS Story SWPHOTO. Teacher Aimee Maiden, 25, and her soldier husband Nick Wheeler, 26, had no idea their paths had crossed until they saw the grainy snap taken 20 years earlier.  Aimee grew up in the tiny seaside village of Mousehole, Cornwall, and was a regular visitor to the beach - while Nick lived in KENT but just happened to be on holiday there.  The two kids, Aimee aged five and Nick aged six, spent the day building sand castles just a few yards apart but their two families never met or spoke. Nick moved to Cornwall a year later but didn't meet 'soulmate' Aimee again till they went to the same sixth form college and fell in love. But they knew nothing about their chance childhood meeting until they began going through old family photos at Nick's grandparents' house ahead of their engagement party last year. They came across the shot of Nick playing on the beach with his sister and cousins when shocked Aimee suddenly recognised herself in the background. 31 July 2014

This picture taken 19 years shows Aimee Maiden (circled left) and Nick Wheeler (circled right) at Mousehole beach, Cornwall. A couple browsing old family photo albums ahead of their wedding were shocked to find a picture of themselves playing together on a beach - as CHILDREN. See SWNS Story SWPHOTO. Teacher Aimee Maiden, 25, and her soldier husband Nick Wheeler, 26, had no idea their paths had crossed until they saw the grainy snap taken 20 years earlier. Aimee grew up in the tiny seaside village of Mousehole, Cornwall, and was a regular visitor to the beach - while Nick lived in KENT but just happened to be on holiday there. The two kids, Aimee aged five and Nick aged six, spent the day building sand castles just a few yards apart but their two families never met or spoke. Nick moved to Cornwall a year later but didn't meet 'soulmate' Aimee again till they went to the same sixth form college and fell in love. But they knew nothing about their chance childhood meeting until they began going through old family photos at Nick's grandparents' house ahead of their engagement party last year. They came across the shot of Nick playing on the beach with his sister and cousins when shocked Aimee suddenly recognised herself in the background. 31 July 2014

Catedrático de UTEC fue raptado en cajero automático, según APES

Catedrático de UTEC fue raptado en cajero automático, según APES

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Pedro Portillo, periodista y catedrático de la Universidad Tecnológica (UTEC), fue privado de libertad el pasado viernes durante una visita a un cajero automático, según divulgó en un comunicado la Asociación de Periodistas de El Salvador (APES).

Lea también: Quién era Pedro Portillo, el profesor de la UTEC hallado muerto

Según la gremial, familiares del periodista fueron a la Policía Nacional Civil (PNC) a reportar su desaparición, pero ahí le restaron importancia a la denuncia y les dijeron que "ya aparecería".

El cadáver de Portillo fue localizado en las cercanías del Puerto de La Libertad el pasado martes y esta mañana todavía estaba en la morgue de Santa Tecla.

La APES condenó el homicidio de Portillo, el tercer comunicador asesinado en lo que va del año, y exigió a las autoridades una investigación exhaustiva del caso.

La PNC todavía no se ha pronunciado sobre este caso.

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  • apes
  • catedratico utec
  • pedro portillo

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