Cartageno, Bolivia — A sex worker and her family are victims of a sex trafficking ring in Cartaginas prostitution capital, police said Tuesday.
The alleged ring is made up of 10 people and is believed to be operating in Cartagoas, a coastal city of around 2 million people in northern Bolivia.
It is the second time in two months that a sex worker has been targeted in Cartagra, the police chief said.
Last week, a woman was raped and robbed while at a massage parlor in Cartaga, the same city where she worked in January.
The victim is now in stable condition, the Cartagga Police chief, Luis Gaviria, said in a news conference Tuesday.