The Mexican Investigation Police (PDI) has found 13 bodies inside two vans in the north-central state of the country, in the state of San Luis Potosí, along with “a cardboard with a message from a criminal group,” whose content or authorship It has not transpired, as reported by the authorities this Monday.
The Attorney General of the State of San Luis Potosí has begun the investigation of this finding on the El Barril interstate highway, in Villa de Ramos (Zacatecas) of Los eleven unknown men and two women found dead inside the vehicles.
Although at first only twelve bodies were located, after completing the expert work and the processing of the scene, authorities report, a thirteenth victim was found.
They have also transmitted through a statement that one of the vans had a Jalisco state license plate. This event occurs one day after six people were found dead in a vacant lot in the municipality of Vanegas, north of San Luis Potosí.
The latest figures collected by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) of Mexico in 2019 show that that year more than 35,000 homicides in the country, the vast majority attributed to organized crime.