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The bullet-ridden bodies of 3 foreign tourists missing in Mexico have been recovered

An operation is underway to recover the bodies of an American and two Australian tourists who went missing. State of Baja California, MexicoFile photo: Reuters

The bodies of an American and two Australian tourists who went missing in the northern part of Mexico last week have been recovered, the authorities of Mexico said on Sunday. The parents of the three tourists identified the bullet-ridden bodies.

The three deceased are two brothers Callum Robinson (33) from Australia, Jack Robinson (30) and Carter Road (30) from the United States. Their bodies were found earlier this week in the state of Baja California.

These three went to Mexico for vacation. They disappeared while surfing near the tourist town of Ensenada. The location is about 90 minutes from the US-Mexico border along the Pacific coast.

In a statement, the Baja California State Attorney General’s Office said the bodies were identified by the parents of the three foreign tourists. Genetic testing is not required.

A source in the Attorney General’s office said that the three tourists were killed. Because three bodies have bullet marks on their heads.

Attorney General Elena Andrade said in a statement to the relatives of the deceased tourists and diplomats that the incident is being investigated. If anyone is found responsible for the death of the three tourists, they will be brought to justice.

The three were last seen in public on April 27. They disappeared after a few days. Later, the authorities launched an operation to find them. The FBI assisted in the search operation.

Baja California is one of the most crime-ridden states in Mexico. The US State Department has advised its citizens to reconsider travel plans in the region of Mexico due to crime and kidnapping incidents.