María Victoria León, a 14-year-old girl, disappeared last Saturday, May 27, from her home in Albacete. Her parents, desperate for her, went to the authorities to help them locate her and, in addition, they wanted to tell her case on the program 'Mas Vale Tarde' so that it would have more dissemination. But in the La Sexta space they received information that they were unaware of and that made them cry inconsolably live.
During his interview on the program, the journalist Manu Marlasca, Head of Investigation of La Sexta, informed them that the Police know that the minor arrived at the Chamartín station in Madrid accompanied by a man much older than her, about 30 years.
After the breaking news that Marlasca has offered, the parents have burst into tears, visibly broken with pain. Faced with such information they have been unable to respond. Once they have recovered, they have pointed to that man as the culprit in the disappearance of his daughter. "We think, and this is what the investigation points to, that with some application he has contacted someone and has taken full advantage of it, manipulating it," they have reported.
"It already blows me that they are finding out from me," Marlasca said after observing the reaction of the parents who did not know that information. "I think it should have been the Police who told you this information. Rest assured that Marlasca did not think at all that this was information that he had and you did not," Cristina Pardo and Iñaki López, directors of the space.
To try to redirect the situation, Cristina Pardo wanted to give them a halo of hope. "We only hope that it helps them to know that their daughter is alive, that she is in Madrid, that the Police are looking for her and that they narrow the search in some way. We can only wish them the best of luck, that she will surely be fine and that she appears soon ", he told them affectionately.
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