45 bags of human remains found in Mexico
Police in western Mexico have discovered 45 black trash bags filled with human remains while searching for seven missing call center workers in the city of Guadalajara. The bags were found below a forest overlook and were airlifted from the 140-foot-deep Mirador del Bosque gorge by firefighters and civil defense personnel. The remains belonged to men and women, but the exact number of bodies has not yet been determined. Authorities have informed families of missing people that some of the remains preliminarily appear to match the characteristics of their loved ones. Jalisco, the state where the remains were found, has the highest number of missing people in Mexico, due to conflicts between drug cartels. The Jalisco state prosecutor’s office is currently determining the cause of death and identification of each victim.
What did the police find in Guadalajara, Mexico?
Police in Guadalajara discovered 45 black trash bags filled with human remains while searching for seven missing call center workers.
Where were the remains found?
The remains were found below a forest overlook in the Mirador del Bosque gorge.
Who conducted the recovery operation?
The recovery operation was conducted by firefighters and civil defense personnel who airlifted the remains using helicopters.
How many missing people are there in Mexico?
There are more than 110,000 missing people in Mexico.
Which state has the highest number of missing people in Mexico?
Jalisco has the highest number of missing people in Mexico, at 15,000, due to conflicts between drug cartels.
Mexico Uncovers 45 Bags Containing Human Remains
Police in western Mexico have uncovered a horrific scene after discovering 45 trash bags containing human remains in a search for seven missing call center workers. The gruesome find was made below a forest overlook on the outskirts of the city of Guadalajara in Jalisco state. Authorities received a tip about the presence of possible human body parts in a deep gorge, and the remains belonged to both men and women. Police resumed the search the day after finding the first black plastic bag, and some of the remains were airlifted via helicopter due to rough terrain. The exact number of victims, their causes of death, and their identities are yet to be determined. Jalisco has the highest number of missing people in Mexico, with 15,000.