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The two girls from Alcalá de Henares who disappeared for 24 hours were taken in by Trinitarios

  • The adolescents spent the night in a house squatted in Getafe by some young people belonging to to the dangerous youth gang

The 13 and 14 year old girls who disappeared on Thursday in Alcalá de Henares, and who returned home a day later, were taken in by members of the youth gang Los Trinitarios, who forced them to cook for them in exchange roof and some food.

Fátima and Samara left together after leaving class on Thursday from an institute in Alcalá de Henares. They did not return home and so the parents called them on the phone, without getting an answer. They did know that they were fine, because they did send information and photographs to their friends.

The teenagers spent the night in a house squatted in Getafe by some young people belonging to the dangerous gang of Los Trinitarios, since they knew some of them. They had contacted one of them before on social networks because they wanted to leave home due to the problems they had with their parents. They were not captured by the gang and were never detained, sources of the investigation have been indicated to Europa Press.

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However, when they arrived at the new accommodation, its inhabitants forced them to cook and clean for them in exchange for cookies, juice and some snack. After staying for 24 hours, they couldn't take it anymore and left the squatted house, moving to Vallecas. Their parents went to the Puente de Vallecas police station to pick them up.

Now, they are conducting medical tests to determine if they used drugs or were sexually forced. A relative of one of the victims has told 'Telemadrid' that they drugged them with tranquilizers that they put in the juices, so that they would be numb. They were asked to do other types of work, such as drug couriers, in exchange for canned food.

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