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MEXICO CITY (AP) — Prosecutors in northern Mexico say the remains of 18 people have been found at a suspected drug-gang body dumping site near the northern city of Monterrey.
The state attorney general's office in Nuevo Leon state says the bodies were found in a series of pits, and some were scattered on the ground.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Investigators said Saturday they have found 51 corpses in two days of digging in a field near a trash dump outside the northern city of Monterrey, as excavations continued at one of the largest clandestine body dumping grounds in Mexico's bloody drug war.
The attorney general of Nuevo Leon state, where Monterrey is located, said the victims included 48 men and 3 women. There so many bodies that authorities were using refrigerated trucks to hold them, Alejandro Garza y Garza told local television.
Investigators are still struggling to identify the remains but suspect drug traffickers are involved.