Inside the house there were instruments for torture, the evidence collected in the area was a wooden stick about three feet long
The Mexican Army was able to locate and dismantle a safe house used by a criminal group that operated in the town of Temixco, where they found a narco grave with two bodies, two rifles, a short and a kilo of marijuana, but took no prisoners.
Efrain Vega Giles prosecutors’ spokesman confirmed, “it seems that there are two bodies at the time, they also found an R-15, a 38 caliber revolver and a bulletproof vest, is all that has been located so far, staff is still there.”
In this same house three bulletproof vests, were found buried in the yard and the clothes of the victims who apparently had been kidnapped, including an ID in the name of Jesus Adrian Rogel Arizmendi.
Inside the house there were instruments used for torture, the evidence collected in the area was a wooden stick about three feet long and weighing about five kilos, which is characteristic of criminal groups to torture their victims.
At the location no one was arrested, nor has it been determined which criminal group owns or uses this house, it is understtod that the soldiers searched the house after an anonymous tip by the presence of a corpse half buried in the courtyard of the house being investigated.
Experts went to the scene of the state attorney and Civil Protection personnel of the Municipality, who broke the wall of the house and conducted a general inspection of the entire garden with a backhoe to rule out that there were other bodies in place.
The safe house was in the private Watermelon Colonia Lomas del Carril, where criminal organizations operate, but so far it is determined how many people lived in this place, nor responsible for these acts.