Man wearing a light blue shirt and jeans holding a hard hat at a construction site with submerged foundations in the background.

Brother Missing in Tulum: Family Seeks Public Support

The family of a man who relocated to Tulum for work on the Maya Train project are appealing to the public for assistance in locating him. The man has not been in contact since May 4, raising concerns that he may have fallen victim to a crime.

Francisco Hernández took to social media to share that his brother, Rosario Hernández Méndez, 27, left their hometown of Huimanguillo, Tabasco on April 6 to head to Tulum. Upon his arrival, Rosario informed his family that he had secured a position as a construction officer on the Maya Train project.

However, the last communication from Rosario was on Saturday, May 4. He had traveled to Playa del Carmen and has not been heard from since. This has led his family to fear that he may have been the victim of a crime.

Francisco Hernández is pleading with the residents of Tulum to aid in the search for his brother. The family's distance from Tulum and limited resources have made it challenging for them to conduct a search themselves.

Francisco expressed his gratitude for any help, stating, "Thank you very much, any information about him can be forwarded to the phone number 9932320035".

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