Investigators excavating the home of a suspected murderer on the outskirts of Mexico City have found 3,787 pieces of bones so far.
Mexico City. Investigators excavating the home of a suspected murderer on the outskirts of Mexico City have so far found 3,787 pieces of bone that appear to be from 17 different people. Mexico’s prosecutors say the excavation will not end here. Excavation work has been going on since May 17 and investigators have dug up the floor of the house where the suspect lived. Now his plan is to extend this scope further. Identity cards and other items of people who went missing years ago have been found in this junk-filled house. These evidences point to the fact that the murder strings are from years ago.
In a statement issued on Saturday, the prosecutor’s office said, “The bone fragments are being studied closely, which includes cleaning each very carefully, identifying which part of the body they belong to, etc. And through this it will be found out that how many people these are the bones. According to the statement, the bone fragments found so far appear to belong to 17 people.
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Suspect not made publicOfficials have not made the 72-year-old suspect’s name public due to the country’s law not to reveal the suspect’s identity. The man is facing trial in the murder case of a 34-year-old woman. The man was caught after a police commander cast doubt on his wife after she went missing. The man knew the police commander’s wife personally and had to take the commander’s wife for shopping. The woman did not return home that day, after which the police commander alleged the man’s hand in the disappearance of his wife. It was also found in the investigation that in the CCTV camera, the woman is seen going to the person’s house but she is not seen coming back. The woman’s belongings were later recovered from the suspect’s house.