Shocking Revelation: 45 Bags Containing Body Parts Found, Presumed to be Missing Call Center Workers in Mexico
The police, investigating the disappearances in the outskirts of Guadalajara, discovered 45 black trash bags containing human remains in a ravine.
To access the difficult terrain, firefighters and civil defense employed a helicopter to airlift some of the remains from the 140-foot-deep Mirador del Bosque gorge. The recovery operation is set to continue in the following days.
The victims, belonging to both genders, have not yet been identified, and it remains unclear how many bodies are involved. However, the prosecutor's office has notified the families of the missing individuals that some of the remains seem to match the characteristics of their loved ones.
The Jalisco Forensic Medical Service will now take charge of determining the total number of victims, their causes of death, and the process of identification.
This disturbing discovery highlights the ongoing investigation into the disappearances and the need for further examination to shed light on this gruesome crime.