The victim’s head was placed on a doorstep, and the perpetrators left a message written on cardboard in front of a house in Region 231….
CANCUN — The dismembered body of a man was left at the doorstep of house located in Region 231, and on one of the steps was placed the head of the victim, below it a message written on a cardboard.
The neighbors said they do not know who lives in that address, they only saw that subjects arrived and left.
The human remains were left in front of lot 20, of block 23, of the Region 231, on 62nd Street. The two-story house at the front has two gates, apparently electric, and in the middle is the main access door that has two palms on the sides.
The report came to 911 at 7:25 am Sunday Nov. 5, when neighbors reported that there was a human head and black bags in that home.
The area was immediately cordoned off by municipal police, afterwards the State Attorney General’s Office (FGE)
officials took charge to perform the inspection of the place.
The experts of the Office of the Prosecutor secured and erected as evidence a card, in which they placed the human head.
The victim had a sparse mustache, wavy black hair and a light brown complexion, according to data from the police authorities.
Several neighbors who have lived in the area for years refused to say who lives in the house where the human remains were left.
A worker in a snack stand located on the corner of the street
62 with 23, said that in this house people arrive, they stay for several hours and then they retire, but he does not know them.
The neighbors commented that they had never witnessed a case like that, but they were afraid of how they left that person’s body in the doorstep of the address.
The body was transferred to the facilities of the Forensic Medical Service (Semefo) for the corresponding procedures.
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