NO SUSPECTS DETAINED YET FOR MASSACRE IN TULUM

Two women and three men are killed during an armed attack on a bar in Tulum, QRoo

With the information obtained from testimonies and cameras, the search operation of the participants in these events is already being carried out, they say in a statement

TULUM, QUINATANA ROO.– The Attorney General’s Office of the State of Quintana Roo reports that prosecutors from the Public Ministry assigned to the Tulum Unit initiated the investigation folder 1047/2020 for qualified homicide to the detriment of 5 victims, for events that occurred at night Friday at a bar located on the Tulum-Cobá Highway

Through a press release, experts specialized in various disciplines processed the scene of the crime where the 5 people – three men and two women – lost their lives as a result of gunshots

Investigation Police are already carrying out the pertinent investigative acts that allow the clarification of the case.

The first investigations indicate that at least three subjects participated in this crime.

In the last hours, the main cities of the northern zone of Quintana Roo, from Tulum to Cancun, suffered the attacks of violence when executions, rapes, shootings, and the discovery of a human head near a school were reported.

According to preliminary information, at least 11 murders have been reported in the last hours.

In Cancun, a man was murdered in the Tres Reyes neighborhood, in Tulum they shot a subject who was in the tourist area of ​​the center of the town, known locally as the “Mini Quinta”, and later another five people died in a town of the transition zone, also in Tulum.

To the north of the state, police answered a call from the emergency number reporting the discovery of human remains on a property near the Playa del Carmen-Puerto Morelos highway.

So far the authorities have not confirmed the information.

In addition, this morning they found a human head in front of the fence of a school and federal dependency offices in Cancun.

Source: noticaribe.com.mx, estamosaqui.mx

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