3 Jun 2021
Tijuana, Baja California (Mexico)
The dismembered body of the victim was found on a public road inside a suitcase and several plastic bags.
Tijuana, Baja California.- This Thursday morning, a suitcase and several plastic bags containing human remains were reported abandoned on public roads.
The events took place on calle Chihuahua in the Arboledas neighborhood in the Los Pinos delegation in Tijuana.
The emergency services received the alert at 7:00 in the morning, right in front of a construction site where there were several construction workers. Upon arrival, first responders confirmed the find and warned that it was a decapitated body with exposed abdominal organs.
Prosecutor's Office staff confirmed to Punto Norte that the victim was a transsexual woman, who had tattoos of a moon and stars on her chest, as well as the word "Diosa" [Goddess] on the lower part of her belly. Next to the body, a white cloth was found on which the threat "todos los sapos" was written in red paint.
The body of the victim was inside a black suitcase, while the head was left in a bucket of paint and this one inside a red cloth bag with the Oxxo logo.
Several wounds were found on the body, including a cut through the abdomen and the exposure of the organs. The victim, who so far has not been identified, wore pink pants, a blue Tommy T-shirt and tennis shoes.