According to the prosecution, the kidnappers intercepted the tourists from Guanajuato, fired their weapons, seriously injured the person who later died in a hospital, and took four people. Eight days after the events, the Jalisco Prosecutor’s Office began a Investigation folder for the disappearance of four Guanajuato tourists in Puerto Villarta.
The agency reported that derived from the investigations for the murder of a person from Guanajuato in the Fluvial Vallarta subdivision on July 18, this Sunday, new evidence was obtained regarding that during the events in which an armed group participated in at least four people were deprived of their liberty. According to the prosecution, the command intercepted the group from Guanajuato, detonated their weapons, seriously injured the person who later died in a hospital, and took four people. “Additionally, yesterday, Monday, July 27, late at night, a person who claimed to reside in the state of Guanajuato presented a complaint for the disappearance of a relative who was traveling in the group that was in the group that was in the State of Guanajuato. Puerto Vallarta at the time of the facts, ”said the Prosecutor’s Office in a statement.
According to the information that the agency has, the group of 13 or 14 tourists arrived in Puerto Vallarta on July 18 in four vans and four all-terrain vehicles after two days of route through different municipalities of Jalisco. Once in the port they were walking through different places and before going to the hotel where they would be staying they were intercepted by a command in the Fluvial Vallarta subdivision. Initially, the Prosecutor’s Office denied that someone had in fact been deprived of liberty, arguing that there were no evidence or complaints about it.
Source: El Universal