The male body was found in a taco stand located between Olas Altas and Francisca Rodríguez streets.
Early this Thursday, March 31, a male was found dead with a cable around his neck in the popular Romantic Zone of Puerto Vallarta.
The events took place in an area popular for its many restaurants in the heart of the romantic zone. The body was found between Olas Altas and Francisca Rodríguez streets, and the Municipal Police of Puerto Vallarta were called.
Inside a small massage business at the intersection of Francisca Rodríguez and Olas Altas, the lifeless body of a young man of approximately 35 years had been located.
The elements interviewed the man who found the body, who told them that upon arriving at the site he had found the subject hanging from a cable, so he proceeded to lower him and tried to help him and then ask for medical and police support.
A Civil Protection ambulance arrived at the scene; Paramedics checked the male’s vital signs, confirming the death on site.
After the confirmation of the death, the Public Ministry and SEMEFO personnel arrived who carried out the transfer of the body and will be in charge of the investigation.
The man is identified as Ramiro Leandro Pillardo, 34 years old, of Argentine origin, living in Puerto Vallarta where he allegedly took his own life at the location where he works giving massages.
This story was updated to include the victim’s name and more details about the incident as the investigation continues.
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