CANCUN — The arrival of 100 military and 600 federal police in Cancun just one week ago did not prevent four people from being executed over the weekend, including one woman, according to “Infoqroo” news agency.
On Friday October 27, two people died in a small park that is located at the intersection of Cobá and Náder avenues, right at the entrance to Cancun’s hotel zone.
The Attorney General’s Office announced that the crime was recorded at 23:35 on Friday October 27.
The agency said that although the dead have not been claimed by their relatives or their names released, they were identified by official documents found among their belongings.
The police report says that the two subjects died after receiving several gun shots while they were walking in the central median on Cobá Avenue.
Hours later, a man was executed in Region 100, on the so-called Ruta 5, in Cancún. In a preliminary way he was identified with the knickname of “El Sapo” (Toad).
Finally, later that night, a woman died and two more were injured after an attack inside the “El Embarcadero” bar, in Supermanzana 219, also in Cancun.
more recommended stories
K’u’uk: contemporary cuisine or pure alchemy?
Acknowledged at the Food and Travel.
Mérida, one of the best cities to live in Mexico (and the world)
Dan Prescher wrote an article for.
Hacienda Kancabchén: a call from a distant era just 15 miles away from Mérida
Hacienda Kancabchén maintains great part of.
Amazon launches new debit card in México
MEXICO CITY.- Banorte and Mastercard, together.
Over two thousand dogs and cats have been vaccinated in Valladolid
With the installation of seven locations.
Yucatecan pelicans and flamingos on the brink of becoming endangered species
“Pelicans and flamingos are some of.
Teacher Leaders Present an Innovative Blueprint for Relevant Learning in the Age of AI
What does the fourth industrial revolution.
New technology used in Yucatán to find people lost at sea
As part of a third aspect.
“Pet uh” Civil Association aims to promote Peto, Yucatán
PETO.- In the coming weeks the.
Mexico overtakes Brazil as the largest automobile producer in Latin America
Mexico registered a new record in.