Brazilian Márcio Rodrigues da Silva has been missing since November 8th when he went to Switzerland for a business trip. According to a post on a social network by Márcio’s wife, Ana Lucia Rodrigues, her husband went to the city of Zurich.
Ana explains that Márcio would find a man who speaks Spanish to be his translator. However, after he spoke to this person, he allegedly sent her a message crying and saying that he had fallen into a “trap”. Then the cell phone lost signal and the wife lost contact.
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She adds that the Brazilian took two suitcases because, after the trip to Switzerland, he was going to Spain for work. Therefore, he took clothes in one of the luggage and, in the other, there were products that Márcio sells.
In the post, Ana says that the two suitcases were lost and there is no news of where they were taken.
A CNN contacted Zurich airport police by phone, who said the case was under secrecy.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the São Paulo Public Security Secretariat were contacted by CNN but did not return until the last update of this article.
Source: CNN Brasil
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