Ministerial authorities found three more bodies at the same site of the town of Zumpango del Río, municipality of Eduardo Neri, where last Saturday, 11 bodies were exhumed from four clandestine graves.
So far, 14 victims have been located at the site called Borde Ramírez, from the land of Zoyacomalipa, located just five minutes from the county seat, on a bumpy dirt road that connects this town of the Centro region with the indigenous community of Atliaca.
The discovery of the clandestine grave at Zumpango was recorded on Saturday, after an open investigation from the PGJ (Office of the Attorney General) on the case of a missing child who was deprived of his freedom last year, ministry officials said.
On Monday, forensic experts from the PGJ resumed the search at this location and at around 11:00 hours, three more bodies were found.
The area is cordoned off by soldiers and at the area, brigades from the Civil Protection, forensic experts, and ministerial agents from the PGJ are also working at the area; they have also examined at least three points to focus the excavations at.
Last Saturday, 11 corpses were exhumed from four mass graves, three of the victims were women and eight were men, official reports say.
According to preliminary forensic tests, the bodies were buried about a year ago.