Garden Grove Couple Goes Missing in Tijuana – NBC Los Angeles

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Garden Grove police Tuesday asked for the public’s help tracking down a couple who went missing in Tijuana.

Maria Lopez, 65, and Jesus Guillen, 70, drove a pickup truck down to Tijuana on Friday to collect rent from tenants at properties in Mexico, said Garden Grove Police Department Lt. Carl Whitney.

The two were due back on Friday afternoon, but when their daughter could not get in touch with them she called police about 7:10 p.m. Friday, Whitney said.

The daughter was tracking the two through a “find my phone” online service for iPhones, and it showed that the couple was still at their property in Tijuana, but a relative there said they weren’t around, Whitney said. Then the phone went dead and she could not track them anymore, Whitney said.

The pickup truck was found near their property, Whitney said.

Police said the FBI and Mexican authorities have been notified of the search.

Garden Grove police encouraged anyone with information about the two to call Detective Richard Desbiens at 714-741-5810.

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