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​Tenerife Residents Asked to Help Search for Missing Mexican

Tenerife Residents Asked to Help Search for Missing Mexican

The parents of Hermes Gonzalez Lopez, a man of Mexican nationality disappeared months ago in Tenerife, and are continuing to search the island looking for their son.

This family came with their son from Mexico, and now are asking for help to locate him.

They think that he might be disoriented due to his illness, as he suffers from bipolar disorder. The family also explained to local residents that this is not the first time that Hermes has disappeared.

Hermes is 36 years old, is six feet tall, and has a thin framed body. He travelled to Tenerife in 2017 to fulfil his dream of studying at Escuela de Actores or Acting School.

His family says that he is a man who likes the beach and was seen on the day of his disappearance in Las Teresitas, so it is not ruled out that he could have walked into the Anaga mountain range.

Others have claimed to have seen him between the municipalities of Tacoronte and Santa Ursula.

Anyone who believes that they have seen Hermes should inform the police.

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