Missing Woman Found Dead in the Desert
Sad ending was the search of Alejandrina Cortez Castro, a mother of a family who was reported missing since last Thursday, March 7, who left her house without taking her car, clothes or personal belongings. On Sunday morning, a female corpse buried at shallow depths in the southeastern part of San Luis was located in a desert estate at the end of Haiti Avenue, between 21st and 22nd streets.
Relatives of the woman went from Mexicali to the morgue Saluisina and identified their clothes, half filiation and hair, but due to the state of decomposition and that the scavengers in the area had devoured some parts.
Social networks were flooded with regret at the knowledge of the relatives of the sad end of Alejandrina. The investigators of the Unit of Missing Persons passed the thread of the investigation to the Homicide of Mexicali, who immediately contacted their counterparts in Sonora and began joint investigations.
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