CNSNSComision Nacional de Seguridad Nuclear y Salvaguardias (Spanish: National Commision of Nuclear Safety and Safegaurds; Mexico)
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Federal police and military units put up a cordon of 500 meters around the site, an area CNSNS said was large enough to guarantee safety, as the material was located on a vacant lot in a rural area with low population density.
Experts with CNSNS and the National Nuclear Research Institute were trying to figure out how to secure the material and safely transport it to a storage site.
The IAEA said it was informed about the December 2 theft by Mexico's CNSNS nuclear security authority.