The Office of the Attorney General appealed citizens for reporting and avoiding that networks engaged in human trafficking be involved in the everyday nature of communities and recruit young women with the excuse of helping them to solve economic problems by sexually exploiting them and force them to receive inhuman and cruel treatment abroad.

This illegal activity was detected due to an investigation conducted by the Office of the Attorney General and Dijin-National Police and showed a criminal structure whose alleged target was young people living in a neighborhood in La Dorada (Caldas). It recruited more than 100 minors, teenagers and women who received false offers of employment and were taken to Trinidad and Tobago and forced to engage in sexual activities.