McGean, 52, left his home at about 8:00pm October 25 to meet someone at the Hotel Punta Pacífico but has not been seen since.
Unnamed sources said that three people were arrested in the home where the body was found, and speculated that they were responsible for kidnapping and killing McGean. There has been no report that a ransom was demanded, although his bank cards had been used at various banks in the city.
Borderland Beat reported that McGean, a businessman who owned Café Playa Sur, spearheaded a successful fundraising drive to replace several thousands of dollars’ worth of materials that were destroyed when a school was vandalized.
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