Mérida, Yucatán, (December 21, 2021).- In the First Square of the city, an operation was implemented jointly between the Directorate of the Municipal Police of Mérida, the Ministry of Public Security, and the National Guard for the report of an injured person with a firearm.
Around 5:20 p.m., the security agencies received a report of a man who was shot with a firearm on Calle 68th between 71 and 73, for that reason the security corporations were mobilized to establish a perimeter in the area.
With the support of private surveillance cameras, it was possible to obtain information on how the events and characteristics of the vehicle occurred.
At the aforementioned address, municipal paramedics arrived to treat 42-year-old J.P.G.L., who had a wound between the neck and the ear on the left side of his head.
The police corporations carried out an operation in the area, with the aim of finding those responsible for this event as well as transferring the injured to a hospital for medical care.
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