The remains were found in plastic bags inside an abandoned farm in the colony Bishopric
The commander of the investigative division of the state police reported that at 02:00 local time (08:00 GMT) the remains were found inside an abandoned farm.
Early reports indicate that after an anonymous report, investigators discovered the bodies in the colony Bishopric.
“There were seven male trunks and different body parts like hands, arms, legs and feet and heads, six black plastic bags,” the source said.
The bodies were taken to the forensic facilities of the corporation to carry out the surveys of law, the authority said.
Two other bodies were located in different areas of the city streets; two men dead, ages about 22 and 30, allegedly killed by firearms, according to the command.
The city of Torreon has been controlled in recent years by the organized crime group Los Zetas, but the dispute over the territory by the Sinaloa cartel has unleashed multiple clashes between the two bands.
The creation of a national program for the prevention of crime in order to combat the wave of insecurity with comprehensive measures, was placed first in a series of immediate actions announced yesterday the President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, in his first address to the nation shortly after taking over as head of state.