A Mexican man accused of killing a California couple who traveled to Tijuana to collect rent from their tenants could also be a serial killer who was luring potential victims with gives of automobiles on the market, native authorities mentioned Tuesday after a fifth physique discovered.
The suspect, generally known as Santiago N., 36, was taken into custody after the our bodies of his in-laws, a pair with twin U.S.-Mexican citizenship, have been discovered buried Friday at one in all their rental properties in Tijuana. Two extra our bodies – an unidentified man and lady – have been found Saturday at one of many tons. A fifth physique, an unidentified man, was discovered Monday.
Baja California state prosecutor Hiram Sánchez mentioned the suspect, who had a legal document within the U.S. and had been deported in 2012, will face homicide expenses in Mexico within the case of his in-laws. He added that investigators are specializing in reviews of people that disappeared after inquiring about automobiles on the market. Mexican authorities are additionally wanting into a number of different reported disappearances through which the lacking folks have been final seen close to the property on the town’s south facet.
Maria Teresa López, 65, and her husband, Jesús Rubén López, 70, of Backyard Grove, Calif., entered Mexico on Jan. 10 to retrieve the equal of $6,400 in lease for flats they owned within the metropolis that their son-in-law had supposedly collected on their behalf.