Sicarios de cártel mexicano de droga en motos acuáticas abrieron fuego en un resort de Cancún

Graig Graziosi
miércoles 08 diciembre 2021 18:42
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Turistas en un resort en Cancún, México, huyeron para salvar sus vidas después de que un equipo de cinco sicarios del cártel vestidos como soldados comenzaron a disparar en la playa del hotel.

Según Hernández Gutiérrez, el jefe de policía de Quintana Roo, los hombres armados viajaron en motos acuáticas hasta la playa y comenzaron a disparar al aire, se presume que lo hicieron para asustar a los turistas.

Después de ahuyentar a los huéspedes del resort, los hombres abandonaron sus motos acuáticas, se cambiaron de ropa y huyeron del área.

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