An armed commando killed a three-year-old girl after kidnapping a man in the municipality of Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, in Jalisco.
The events occurred at 06:00 hours this Friday, on Los Altos Avenue, in the Villas de la Hacienda subdivision.
According to several media, an armed group came to the site to kidnap a man; however, before fleeing, the subjects fired at the minor, who was transferred in serious condition to the La Concha Green Cross, where minutes later she died.
According to the first investigations, the kidnapped person was a concubine of the minor’s mother, who was unharmed after the attack, but it was not disclosed if he was the girl’s father.
So far the whereabouts of the kidnapped man and the identity of the aggressors are unknown.
This fact occurs after last Wednesday, April 10, hooded individuals kidnapped two individuals who were in a home on the street Circuito Fresnos, in the Los Encinos subdivision, in the same municipality.
According to several media, those affected revealed that the criminals took them to a farm, where they were tied up and blindfolded; After amputating their index finger, they released them on Sunday the 14th at the La Concha subdivision.
By their own means they took a taxi to their homes and later moved to the Fray Antonio Alcalde Civil Hospital to receive medical attention.
According to the Police, there are no details of what was the reason for the kidnapping or if the victims were confused and that is why the criminals spared their lives, but the corresponding investigation folder was opened to find those responsible.
According to the authorities, Tlajomulco is currently controlled by the Cartel of Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG), led by Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, alias El Mencho, for which it is suspected that it was his people who were behind the kidnapping and the mutilation of the men.
Only in the first quarter of 2019, in Jalisco 214 crimes of kidnappings and 576 malicious homicides have been registered, according to data from the Secretariado Ejecutivo del Sistema Nacional de Seguridad Pública.
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