Dec 28, 2021 23:16 GMT
The Celaya authorities reported, unofficially, that there would be between three and four dismembered bodies.
The authorities of the Mexican state of Guanajuato found seven plastic bags with human remains inside that were left on a dirt road on Tuesday morning.
Shortly after eight in the morning (local time), the Municipal Police of Celaya received a report from residents of the Santa Rita neighborhood about the bags abandoned next to an irrigation canal, on Anastasio Bustamonte Street. When the uniformed officers arrived at the site, they verified that there were human remains.
The authorities reported, unofficially, that the bags would contain between three and four dismembered bodies, as reported by the local newspaper AM.
After the discovery of the bodies in Celaya, elements of the Guanajuato State Attorney General’s Office went to the Santa Rita neighborhood to pick up the remains and proceed with the identification tests of the bodies.
Between January and November 2021, the Guanajuato State Prosecutor’s Office reported the opening of 2,604 investigation folders for intentional homicide Y 29 for femicide. With these figures, the entity registered the highest absolute number of murders of the Latin American country in the referred period.
In addition, Guanajuato reports 2,639 missing persons or not located, according to the most recent information from the National Search Commission, which counts cases since 1964.