Cancun, Q.R. — The State Prosecutor’s Office says that two of the three bodies found in Cancun earlier this week are those of marine officers.
The office reports that at least two of the three men are marines who had recently returned from Mexico City after participating in the civic military parade for Independence Day on the 16th and were on days off when they were murdered.
While the third body has not yet been identified, the two that have are said to have been from the Fifth Naval Region of the Secretariat of the Navy based in Isla Mujeres.
According to the Office of the Prosecutor, personnel of the Secretariat of the Navy made the identification of the bodies through photographs. Two of the deceased have been identified as Luis Miguel N, 36 and Cristian Jovany N, 24.
On Monday, the bodies of two people were found in SM 65 and one in SM 75 of Cancun, all of whom have been reported as stabbed to death. The third body remains unidentified.