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Where can i find a detective that will search for someone in Mexico?

Where can i find a detective that will search for someone in Mexico? Topic: Use case search book
June 16, 2019 / By Hartley
Question: I am wanting to find this guy in Mexico and finally decided I might need a detective. I used to have his number but now I dont and am trying to get into touch with him. I know his name and his family members names. I know the fact that he goes to college and that he went back to Mexico last year Anybody know where I can find a detective that will do this kind of work?
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Eldwin Eldwin | 7 days ago
Well depending on your cash flow and where you live, this should be easy. Phone books or on line search will locate a private investigator for you. I just found someone to take a case in the Middle East on line, so....type Private Investigators Mexico. Good luck or as I say when in Mexico..."Buena Suerte"!
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Eldwin Originally Answered: Where can i find a detective that will search for someone in Mexico?
Well depending on your cash flow and where you live, this should be easy. Phone books or on line search will locate a private investigator for you. I just found someone to take a case in the Middle East on line, so....type Private Investigators Mexico. Good luck or as I say when in Mexico..."Buena Suerte"!
Eldwin Originally Answered: Where can i find a detective that will search for someone in Mexico?
You can contact the Mexican Embassy in the state where you live and get help from them. Tell what you need and they can get someone to help you in the search

Casper Casper
You can contact the Mexican Embassy in the state where you live and get help from them. Tell what you need and they can get someone to help you in the search
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Casper Originally Answered: Do you know of a letter written by lead detective on Jack the Ripper in 1920's mentioning culprit put in asylu?
Here's some data: "Anderson had written in his memoirs that appeared for the first time in 1910 that the police knew who the Ripper was. According to Anderson the Ripper was a Polish Jew who was put away in an insane asylum after the crimes, and then died soon after. Swanson had made some notes in his copy of the book concerning Anderson's suspect, and wrote that the suspect's name was Kosminski. http://www.casebook.org/intro.html
Casper Originally Answered: Do you know of a letter written by lead detective on Jack the Ripper in 1920's mentioning culprit put in asylu?
You are confusing to separate incidences, neither of them concerning Abberline. Donald Swanson wrote some marginalia in a copy of Sir Robert Anderson's memoirs that named Kosminski. Det. Littlechild wrote in a letter to an English journalist that the suspect was Francis Tumblety. Google "Swanson Marginalia" to find what you're looking for.

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