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Daughter of missing Australian woman in Cancun returned to family

Cancun, Q.R. — A two year old child who was found wandering alone in Cancun has been returned to her family. The little girl is the daughter of an Australian woman reported missing May 3.

The woman, 32-year-old Tahnee N along with her 32-year-old husband, Jorge N, were last seen May 2 in Cancun. Over the weekend, the little girl was returned to members of her family after a meeting with Quintana Roo Attorney General (FGE), Oscar Montes de Oca.

Cancun authorities hold an investigation progress meeting with the Australian family members

According to information from the State Attorney General’s Office, the child was reunited with members of her family on May 7 after an investigation progress meeting with the Australian family regarding the child’s missing mother.

Details on how the little girl became separated from her parents in Cancun remains unknown. The couple are reported to have been visiting coastal areas around Tizimin, Yucatan April 30, but returned to Cancun. The little girl was found alone May 2 in Cancun, the same day both of her parents were last heard from.

On May 5, a missing persons report for her the Mexican father, Jorge N, was also issued. He too, was last seen on May 2 in Cancun. The child was discovered in SM 220 outside a Cancun church alone. She was taken into protective custody by Integral Development of the Families (DIF).

A missing persons notice for Tahnee N has also been issued by the Fiscalía General del Estado de Yucatán after last being seen in the area April 30 with her Mexican husband.