Story By: Juan Mayes, Sub-Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: Central European News
A pile of dismembered human remains found in a plastic bag in a Mexican car park have reportedly been identified as those of a police officer and cartel members are reportedly suspected of being behind the killing
The remains were found on Wednesday 20th November in a parked white Volkwagen located in Apodaca located in the state of Nuevo Leon in Mexico.
Local media report the remains were found in four separate plastic bags and belonged to two different victims. A threatening message to the local authorities and attorneys was also found in the car however the message is unclear.
One of the victims found in the plastic bags is reported to be former soldier Hector Miguel Burguette Aguirre who was serving as a police officer.
The motive behind the murder is unclear however local media report the “Tropa Del Infierno Del Cartel Del Noreste” (Troop From Hell From The Cartel Of The Northeast) is suspected of being the culprits.
Burguette Aguirre was actively commissioned in the General Direction of the Michoacan Protection and Security Special Services in Michoacan in south-central Mexico at the time of his death however local media report he was murdered and dismembered in the northern state of Nuevo Leon where his remains were found.
Local media report the identity of Burguette Aguirre has not been officially released by the authorities however, his family have already been notified and an official statement confirming Burguette Aguirre’s identity is expected to be released soon.
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