The dismembered remains of two people, including a minor, were found yesterday morning on the road leading to the community of Santa Teresa, a community in the municipality of Iguala, near Iguala-Chilpancingo Road, reported the Ministry of Security Public.
The discovery was made close to 4:50 am on Tuesday, after an anonymous call to 066 emergency service, alerting that human remains were scattered on an area not far from a school and a main road.
At the scene authorities found the torsos of two men, one of them cracked open at its cage, plastic bags containing the arms and legs of the victims, a red mat that contained the human thighs and buttocks, a set of feet wrapped in duct tape that were detached at the ankles, and cellophane banner with writing that was held to the ground by the heads of the two victims that were also wrapped in duct tape.
On the cellophane paper the perpetrators left a message that threaten "all the kidnappers and extortionists."
The remains were later identified as Guillermo Garcia Sanchez, 53, blacksmith from the city of Taxco, and Jesús Gama Salgado 17, co-worker and neighbor of Garcia Sanchez.
The only facts known is that Garcia Sanchez and Salgado Gama hired a driver to take them to a job in Chilpancing aboard a van.
The van was later found abandoned on the road to Tepecoacuilco and information on the driver is not known, but authorities fear for his life.
There was perviously a report on December 10 that three men had been abducted from a bar located in the road Rancho del Cura-Huitzuco, on the outskirts of the towns of Iguala and Tepecoacuilco that is believed to be related.