Cpl. Armando Torres III – May 14, 2013 – Tamaulipas, Mexico

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Missing: Cpl. Armando Torres III

Service:  US Marine

Missing From: La Barranca, Tamaulipas, Mexico

Missing Date: May 14, 2013

Age at Time Missing: 25-27 years

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Hair Color:  Dark Brown

Hair Style: Short

Facial: Clean shaven at time missing

Eye Color: Brown

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Police Agency: FBI – Brownsville, 956-546-6922 or Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office, 956-383-8114
HCSO Incident number: 13-18523

Circumstance: On May 14, 2013, Cpl. Armando Torres III, a US Marine and citizen, drove across the International Port of Entry Bridge at Progresso, Texas, to visit his father’s ranch in La Barranca, Tamaulipas, Mexico which is located near the International Port of Entry Bridge at Los Indios, Texas. Shortly after he arrived at the ranch, armed gunmen entered the ranch and took all three Torres family members by force. They have not been seen or heard from since this event. Family members said they were kidnapped by armed men believed to be cartel members who reportedly took control over a portion of the ranch using it as a distribution point to smuggle drugs into the U.S.

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