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Body found in Canada belongs to a Mexican missing man

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The body recovered by the Canadian police from a lake is the young Mexican Carlos Tomás Aranda, who disappeared since July 7, as confirmed this Thursday the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).

Through a statement, the Canadian authorities reported that investigations are being carried out to determine how, when, where and under what conditions the death of the young Mexican occurred.

They also expressed their condolences to the family of Carlos Tomas Aranda Burgoin, whose body was recovered at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 22, from Lake Osoyoos, in the province of British Columbia.

Carlos Tomás Aranda Burgoin is a young man born in Oaxaca who went to Canada to work.

According to the first reports, the young Mexican was last seen on July 7 at the Brar Fruit Stand & Orchant, and it was then that his family began to pressure the Mexican and Canadian authorities to find him.

During the period of disappearance, the Mexican consulate in Vancouver announced that together with the Royal Mounted Police and the local authorities of British Columbia they would work to find Carlos Aranda.

The young man’s parents even went to the National Palace to ask President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to speak with the Canadian minister, Justin Trudeau, to find the young man.

After the statement issued on Thursday by the RCMP regarding the case of Carlos Aranda, the young man’s family expressed their disapproval of what they consider ” a lack of professionalism on the part of that security body.”

They argued that the identity of the body was accepted without carrying out the pertinent analysis procedures.

In a letter issued today, the relatives point out that there is “a clear violation of human rights”, since said corporation assured that the body found in a lake in the region belonged to the Oaxacan.

On August 3, the Mexican embassy in Canada reported the issuance of a yellow file by Interpol, which provided information on Carlos Aranda for his location.

August has been a month of tragedies for Mexican citizens abroad. On August 5th the death of the young María Fernanda Sánchez was confirmed, whose body was found in Berlin, Germany.

María Fernanda Sánchez, 24, from Mexico City, was reported missing since July 22nd in Berlin, for which Interpol activated a search file to find the young woman. The German authorities indicated that investigations are underway to determine the causes of death of the young woman.

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