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Bodies Of Missing Garden Grove Couple Believed To Be Found In Tijuana, Son-In-Law Arrested


The collections of a Garden Grove couple missing subsequent to visiting Tijuana were accepted to have been discovered Friday and the couple's child in-law was captured, as per Mexican specialists. 

Jesus Guillen, 70, and Maria Lopez, 68, drove their pickup truck into Tijuana to gather lease from their occupants and should return Friday Jan. 10, police said. 

At the point when the couple didn't restore, their grown-up little girl became concerned and utilized a "Discover My Phone" administration to find her folks. The application indicated the couple was still at their property in Tijuana. 

The couple's little girl was in Tijuana assisting with the hunt. 

On Friday, Mexican specialists discovered two bodies covered in mud at the couple's property. One of the bodies was distinguished as a male and are attempting to decide the sex of the subsequent body. 

During a Friday public interview, Mexican specialists said they captured a man recognized as Santiago N. Mexican investigators said the suspect is the couple's child in-law, who was expelled from the United States in 2012 in the wake of spending time in jail in prison for burglary. Specialists said they accept the presume needed to arrange a capturing so as to gather emancipate. 

"They didn't merit it," one neighbor said. "They were great individuals." 

Mexican specialists were all the while exploring the reason for death. 

Examiners in Mexico were all the while looking out for post-mortem examination results to decide reason for death and to decidedly distinguish the bodies.

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