His death has mourned international journalism. The renowned communicator David Nosta Antezana transcended last Wednesday, January 11. The man, who was known as the popular “Latino Searcher”, managed to solve more than 46,000 cases of disappearance worldwide, since he dedicated himself full time to this type of investigation. The press man Marco Bazalar was the one who released the sad news about the death of the Arequipa.
David Nostas Antezana dedicated 25 years of his life looking for families
The journalist was not only limited to the search for people, he also did the same with pets. David Nostas Antezana helped families in Latin America reunite with their loved ones for 25 years. The communicator, prior to this office, was looking for people who owed money to financial institutions.
Marco Balazar shared information about the death of Arequipa. “To the entire Epensa family, friends and related media, I have to communicate the sensitive death of David Nostas Antezana, the well-known“ Busca Personas ”who did so much for our society with his exemplary service. Great person, better human being. Rest in peace David ”, was his message on his Twitter account.
Marco Bazalar’s publication on the death of David Nosta Antezana. Photo: Twitter
How did David Nostas Antezana start looking for the disappeared?
In conversation with a Peruvian television medium, David Nostas Antezana mentioned that he began with the search for missing persons due to the sad case of a co-worker. “One fine day, a boy who works with me asked me to look for a sister he hadn’t heard from for many years, since they had been separated when they were very young. I accepted her challenge, found her and had my first family reunion, that was enough for me to fall madly in love with this humanitarian work”, he recounted.
David Nostas Antezana lost his life on Wednesday, January 11. Photo: diffusion
How was David Nostas requested to search for a missing person?
Searches on the David Nostas page had 2 modalities: free search and preferential search. In the first, there was no cost, but a waiting time had to be respected. In the preferential modality, you did not have to queue and the photo and information of the family could be published immediately. It had a cost of 30 soles if the case was from Peru or 10 dollars if it was in another country. The deposit was made to the savings account BCP 19114632806011 or Yape 999048807.
David Nostas’ Facebook page. Photo: Facebook
What would happen if the amount to search for the missing person was already paid?
If a citizen paid the 30 soles or 10 dollars required to start the search for a disappeared person, the next thing to do was send the data of the person who was wanted to be found to the number of David Nostas and, later, start a conversation by phone with him to discuss the details of the case.
David Nostas Antezana dedicated himself to the search for people for more than 20 years. Photo: diffusion
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