Human remains found in Jalisco could be from missing young men

The Jalisco Prosecutor’s Office confirmed that after an operation carried out yesterday on a house in Lagos de Moreno near where five young people disappeared, “bone remains and four skulls with traces of calcination” were located, but the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences (IJCF) is working in opinions to confirm identity.

The property is in the La Troje community, 40 kilometers away in a straight line from the municipal seat of Lagos de Moreno.

Yesterday we reported the disappearance of the five young people in Jalisco, presumably at the hands of organized crime.

“Through a report made yesterday where it was reported the possible location of human remains inside a house, elements of the municipal police went to this place, where they found what appeared to be bone remains and four skulls with traces of calcination in its entirety, without being able to determine physical features, age or sex,” the agency reported in a statement.

“The information provided in this statement is of a preliminary nature, so it may be modified as progress is made regarding the investigations, which will be updated through the official channels of this state agency,” they said.

Yesterday, the Jalisco Prosecutor’s Office reported that they found blood stains and shoes on a house, where the five young people from Lagos de Moreno who disappeared on August 11 would have been.

According to the agency, the search operations for Roberto Carlos Olmeda Cuéllar, Diego Alberto Lara Santoyo, Uriel Galván González, Jaime Adolfo Martínez Miranda and Dante Cedillo Hernández, whose ages range between 19 and 22, will continue.

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