FBI Seeking Information on Missing Brothers
|FBI San Antonio September 17, 2010|
LAREDO, TX—Cory B. Nelson, Special Agent in Charge of the San Antonio Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), advised today that the FBI is asking for the community's help in locating two brothers from Laredo, Texas, who have been missing since June 6, 2010. Gerardo Garcia, 40 years of age, and Cesar Garcia, 45 years of age, left for Nuevo Laredo on Sunday, June 6, 2010, to go motocross riding. The last known sighting of the Garcia brothers was at the Carretera Riverana as they awaited entrance into the Quinta Maria Christina Ranch. They were driving a 2008 four-door, silver-colored, Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck, “Texas Edition,” with Texas license plate # AG92710. The brothers have not been seen or heard from since. The Garcia brothers are described as hard working, family-oriented men, who are well-known in the Laredo and Nuevo Laredo communities.
The FBI and the families of Cesar and Gerardo request the community provide any information that would help reunite Cesar and Gerardo Garcia with their families. Since their disappearance, the FBI has been working closely with Mexican law enforcement and military officials, local authorities, and the U.S. State Department to help bring about the Garcia brother’s safe return. Please contact the following telephone numbers if you have information that may help this investigation, the caller’s identity and information will be kept confidential:
FBI’s Laredo Resident Agency: 956-723-4021
FBI San Antonio 24-hour number: 210-225-6741