American citizen thanks Sonoran authorities for support

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As previously published on The Mazatlan Post, an Arizona family was robbed at gunpoint while they were on their way to the property they own in Puerto Lobos, Sonora.

And on October 15th, Mason Davis thanked his Mexican friends for the expressions of solidarity and love they have expressed to his entire family after suffering the theft of his truck.

The operations coordinated by the Secretary of Public Security and elements of the State Police, Investigative Ministerial Agency, Navy, Army, and National Guard, in the area of ​​the Gulf of Santa Clara and in the section that leads to Puerto Lobos, were well received by the Davis family from the United States, who were robbed by an armed group on October 6th.

In a message through his social networks, Mason Davis thanked his friends from Caborca, Rocky Point, for the expressions of solidarity and love for him and his entire family.

“I love my friends in Mexico, I always have and always will. I am very sorry for the bad publicity towards Mexico or the people”, Mason told local media.

Mason Davis and wife (Facebook)

“Once again, many thanks to the police and law enforcement agencies for their dedication and support. I love you all and thank in the name of my family ”
 
He assured in his message on social networks that he will return to the beaches of Lobos to see his friends who have supported him in the bitter trance he suffered when he was a victim of crime near Puerto Peñasco.

“I hope to see you all again at the beach in Puerto Lobos very soon,” he assured.

Security has been strengthened for travelers, tourists, and residents of Puerto Peñasco, Caborca, Pitiquito, Altar, and General Plutarco Elías Calles, as well as roads and highways of the state of Sonora with operations coordinated between agents of the State Police, Ministerial Investigative Agency, Navy, Army, and National Guard, will increase in the area of ​​the Gulf of Santa Clara and in the section that leads to Puerto Lobos.

Source: Dossier Político

The Sonora Post

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