Reina Morales Rojas, Salvadoran, missing since November 2022 / Boston Police.
Boston’s Hispanic community pressured police officials this week to step up their search for Reina Morales Rojas, 41, a Salvadoran mother.
The Massachusetts organization Latinos Unidos, along with pro-immigration activists, organized a rally in front of the Boston Police Department on Tuesday to urge officials to do more in the case. A Salvadoran man has disappeared, but the case remains unsolved.
“Everybody deserves to be treated equally, but we’ve never seen that in her. I don’t know if you can call it racist, but it seems to be because she’s Latina.” , an activist protesting the lack of investigation by Boston police told Telemundo.
The organization pressured Boston police to continue the investigation. This is because two months after the disappearances occurred, the investigation has not progressed and he has received no further information about the whereabouts of the Salvadoran, nor has he delved into the possibilities. culprit in her disappearance.
without a trace
Reyna Morales Rojas, 41, is a Salvadoran mother who has been reported missing in East Boston since November 26, 2022. Local police reported that a Salvadoran woman was last seen getting into a taxi.
Authorities reported through surveillance cameras in the area confirmed that on the day of her disappearance, the Salvadoran mother had left her home and went out into a nearby street to wait for her car. I don’t know where Rojas is.
Surveillance cameras captured the moment the Salvadoran was last seen entering a taxi in Telemundo.