Mexico's police are looking for the journalist Humberto Millan, who was kidnapped on Wednesday by a group of armed men in the street in the city of Culiacan in the north.
Millan, director of digital journal for discussion and a former news presenter on Radio Formula, was intercepted on his way to work in your vehicle by suspected members of organized crime gangs.
The Committee to Protect Journalists, an international group to defend the work of reporters, said that at least 58 journalists have been killed in Mexico since 1992. Half of them, sure-died at the hands of criminals or posters in direct reprisal for their work.
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) of Mexico, that figure rises to 71 deaths over the past 11 years, says the country has become one of the most dangerous in the world to practice this profession.