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Three women from Peñitas, Texas have been reported missing in Mexico after crossing the border on February 24th to sell clothes at a flea market.

The women, two sisters and a friend, have not been heard from since their departure.

While details about their disappearance are still limited, the police report that they were traveling in a green Chevy Silverado and were heading to a city located approximately three hours from the border.

The news of the women’s disappearance comes just days after four Americans were abducted in Mexico, two of whom were killed.

The Texas DPS is urging Texans to avoid traveling to Mexico for spring break due to drug cartel violence and other criminal activity.

The US State Department has issued travel warnings about Mexico, specifically urging travelers to avoid the Mexican states where crimes such as homicide, kidnapping, carjackings, and robbery are common.

A security advisor recommends that travelers educate themselves on the environment, the locations of criminals, and how to avoid them before traveling to Mexico.

The State Department advises any citizen who decides to travel to Mexico to register with the nearest US embassy or consulate.

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