Mexican engineer is stabbed to death in Canada

The young Arturo Morales migrated to this country three years ago after having obtained a job at an aircraft assembly company

A young aeronautical engineer who lived and worked in Montreal, Canada was stabbed to death in the parking lot of a shopping center in this country.

Arturo Morales of Oaxaca origin had resided in Montreal for 3 years and worked for a company that is dedicated to the assembly of executive aircraft.

The Mexican, according to his family’s versions, on December 18 Arturo was waiting in the parking lot of a shopping center in Rosemere, Quebec when unknown people arrived and stabbed him while he was inside his vehicle.

The authorities located the body thanks to a call to 911 emergency services and the police themselves requested information through their official account to clarify this homicide.

Arturo Morales’ family said the young man had plans to travel to Miahuatlán, Oaxaca, where he was originally from, to spend the year-end parties.

He was a graduate of the aeronautical engineering career of the ESIME Ticomán of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). 

The family demands justice for this crime against the Mexican compatriot and the intervention of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs through its consulate in Canada.

The body of the young engineer has not been repatriated to Mexico because the holiday season makes it impossible to complete the immigration procedures so his relatives request the intervention and help of the Mexican government.

Investigation continues; hate crime is not ruled out

The Mazatlan Post