45 Bags of Human Remains Resemble Missing Call Center Employees, According to Mexican Authorities

This week, 45 bags with human remains were found in Jalisco, Mexico. According to state officials, the remains look like those of young call center workers who have gone missing.

In a statement, the Jalisco Prosecutor’s Office said that the bodies were found in the town of Zapopan while people were being looked for. Forensic tests will still need to be done on the bodies found in a 40-meter-deep ditch before they can be named.

Seven people who worked at a call center went missing last week from the areas of Jardines Vallarta and La Estancia in the state of Jalisco. A possible eighth person who is part of the group is also missing.

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The prosecutor’s office said that the parts look like some of the people who have gone missing. At this point, it is not clear if the parts belong to them, so the search is still going on.

The remains found in the bags are being looked at by the police to find out how many people were found, who they were, and how they died. There were both male and female bones found.

On Tuesday, police went to the Mirador del Bosque Valley in the city of Zapopan after getting a tip that the missing group might be near there. When police found human parts in a black plastic bag, they started a search.

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Prosecutors said that the probe was hard because of the terrain and the lack of sunlight.

Investigations are still going on.

In the past few years, there has been a lot of violent crime in the state of Jalisco. It is also a target for big cartels, like the Jalisco New Generation cartel and its rival, the Nueva Plaza cartel.

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