Monterrey – Former goalkeeper Rayados, Omar “El Gato” Ortiz was abducted early Wednesday in San Nicolas de los Garza, Nuevo Leon. According to unofficial accounts, gathered with friends and family of the player.
a group of people forces, which have not provided specified details, I would have been when he arrived home.
One informant noted that apparently the Ortiz family has already given information to the authorities, but did not specify whether a formal complaint or just verbal notice was given.
As there has been some authority information on the whereabouts of the goalkeeper, the families fear that he has been kidnapped by a band of organized crime, he said.
“El Gato” Ortiz, 35, is currently suspended by the Mexican Football Federation for a doping case in Libertadores Cup games when playing in his second season for the Monterrey team that debuted in 1997.
On April 10, 2010, the goalkeeper was punished with two years of ineligibility by the Disciplinary Commission. April 8 this year is the deadline for infraction and the penalty.
The morning of February 25 last year, the player suffered an armed assault to be robbed of his Suburban truck after dining with his family in San Nicolas. After the robbery, the player, known for the love of his tattoos, which covers almost all parts of his body, said that change of habits and be more stark.
In social networks, several people commented Thursday on the alleged abduction of the player, although the authorities consulted refused to talk about the alleged plagiarism and whether any formal complaint.
However, a version suggests that Omar “El Gato” Ortiz would have been arrested by police Ministerial to be investigated for allegedly kidnapping, suggesting that the former keeper participated in his own Kidnapping and was involved in the second half of 2011.
Close to the investigation one commented that “The Cat” would be declared at the Office of Nuevo Leon after the arrest of accomplices, who would have identified as the person who indicated future victims.
The Reform Agency yesterday released versions of family and friends of Ortiz who reported on Wednesday a group of armed people came to the home of the footballer banned for doping.
Both Adrian de la Garza Attorney and Public Safety spokesman Jorge Domene said they had no information to confirm or reject the disappearance of former goalkeeper or retention by some authority