The Secretariat for Comprehensive Risk Management and Civil Protection of Mexico City reported around 3:40 p.m. this Thursday that it was decided to terminate the search for an alleged pantherwhich was seen for the whereabouts of Subway Tacuba.
Two hours earlier on social networks, the capital’s Civil Protection (PC) reported that emergency teams attended a report of a sighting of a feline on Aquiles Serdán avenue on the corner with Golfo de Australia, in the Tacuba neighborhood, of the Miguel Hidalgo mayor’s office.
The above, after a video was broadcast on social networks in which a subject captures what appears to be a feline.
“That’s not a cat,” he stated in the video.
PC indicated that personnel from the Fire Department and the capital’s Security Secretariat responded to the call to locate the panther; nevertheless, The feline was not located nor was there any indication of itfor which it was determined to conclude the search.
The department explained that an intense search for 4 cells was deployed made up of personnel from different departments that participated in the operation and a drone.
The Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection (Profepa) also attended the report of the sighting of the felinebut it has not reported if it located the wild animal or if it also ended the search for it.