The bodies of three men were found in Puerto Vallarta, semi-skeletonized and showing signs of torture.
The bodies were found around 7:30 in the morning in the vicinity of Ixtapa, located northeast of the city. The bodies were discovered by an individual walking the area and immediately called 911. In a matter of minutes, municipal police arrived and corroborated the veracity of the report.
On the site, over a gap that borders Colonia Vallarta, there were three bodies placed side-by-side. At first glance, the subjects, around 30-40 years of age, had part of the torso and head covered with black plastic bags.
Two of the men wore blue jeans and sports shoes; the other, blue bermuda shorts and footwear. All three were bound and showed signs of torture.
It is unknown if they had been executed in the place because, despite the fact that there were traces of blood on the site, no bullet casings were found, so the authorities of the State Attorney General’s Office opened an investigation.
The site was sheltered as elements of the Investigative Police of the FGE carried out the investigations that concluded with the removal of the bodies by the elements of the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences (IJCF) that moved the bodies to their facilities to determine the cause of death.