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Colombian girl reported as missing in Cancun

Cancun, Quintana Roo — UPDATED: A Colombian girl has been reported as missing by the Colombian government who says she has not been heard from since the end of September.

Agencies of the Colombian government issued a search to locate 28-year-old Norly Santamaría Ledesma, who was reported missing in Cancún, Quintana Roo on September 25. Government officials say the girl was celebrating her 28th birthday when she went missing.

Colombian officials say Norly Santamaría Ledesma is a dark-skinned brunette with wavy hair, a thin build, breast implants, brown eyes and 1.65 meters tall. She was last heard from by her family around 6:00 p.m. on that day. She was reported missing by her family.

Colombian authorities made available the telephones 31 75 53 04 769, 32 22 52 04 00 and 68 94 118 for any information related to the whereabouts of the young woman.

UPDATE: The young Colombian woman who was reported missing in Cancun has turned up. On her social media account, Norly Santamaría Ledesma said that she had misplaced her cell phone and could not contact friends or family.

Her father said that he appreciated the collaboration of the people who supported him in his search. ON SEptember 25, Norly traveled to Cancun to celebrate her birthday. After several days of no contact, her family issued a search warrant with the support of the Ministry of National Defense of Colombia.