The daughters of Óscar Denis, the previous Paraguayan vice-president who believed to have been kidnapped, have begged his abductors to contact them and provides him very important medicines.
Mr Denis, 74, and an worker disappeared on Wednesday from his ranch within the north of the nation.
Police consider he was taken by the Paraguayan People's Army insurgent group.
two women had been shot in safety forces raid on a insurgent camp.
Ring and watch left behind
The politician's farm is positioned about 6 miles (10km) from Yby Yaú, the location the place the 11-year-old Argentine nationals had been killed, in keeping with Paraguayan newspaper ABC Color.
Mr Denis and a 21-year-old worker had gone out to go to a part of the farm, however a employee discovered the politician's car deserted and no signal of the 2 males.
In a information convention on Wednesday, Mr Denis' three daughters begged the abductors to offer their father with medicine to deal with his diabetes and hypertension, itemizing the medicine he takes.
They went to see the placement the place he was kidnapped late on Tuesday, they stated.
What is the Paraguayan People's Army?
The EPP is a small Marxist insurgent group which has carried out a string of kidnappings and killings in Paraguay.
One of the group's fundamental sources of revenue is the smuggling of marijuana and ransoms paid for these it has kidnapped.