The Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) reported that he carried out various searches related to the attack on the Guaymas municipal palace, Sonora, for which he arrested 11 people.
At a joint press conference, the delegate of the FGR In Sonora, Francisco Sergio Méndez, reported that at 04:00 hours this Sunday, 11 searches were carried out simultaneously, where 11 people and drugs were seized.
24 agents from the Federal Public Ministry, 34 from the State Police and 120 from the Navy participated in the search actions.
For its part, the secretary of Sonora Public Safety, María Dolores del Río Sánchez, indicated that the state police who arrived in Guaymas will stay until tranquility returns.
He announced surveillance operations to the Guaymas Valley and Empalme.
Likewise, agents of the three orders of Government, Municipal Police, National Guard, Navy and Army, maintain operations.
The Sonora Attorney General’s Office It indicated that within the possible lines of investigation, the probability that the attack was directed at the Municipal Commissioner, Andrés Humberto Cano Ahuir, is considered, based on the antecedents of threats and signs in public places and videos.
It should be noted that in the attack last Thursday, Lucero Marisol, 18, a member of a feminist collective, and Antelmo Eduardo, 40, an escort assigned to the municipal presidency of Guaymas. Meanwhile, Noé Alberto, Deputy Director of Social Communication of the City Council, was injured.
In addition, a man was found dead, an alleged unidentified hit man, who was found a 9-millimeter caliber firearm, 24 useful cartridges in his trouser bag and a bag containing a narcotic with the characteristics of marijuana.
The attack on the Guaymas municipal presidency occurred at 6:40 p.m. on Thursday, November 25.
Expert Services personnel of the Sonora Prosecutor’s Office collected various evidence in the area of the attack, including a 2005 model Nissan Titan, black with gray, without license plates, where two long weapons, chargers and explosives were located.
The weapons, for the exclusive use of the Army, are .223 and .308 caliber, there were three .308 caliber magazines supplied and another three .223 caliber magazines, as well as two backpacks and various clothing.
The special investigative team of the Sonora Prosecutor’s Office is coordinated by the State Attorney General, Claudia Indira Contreras Córdova, together with the Commissioner General of the AMIC, Manuel Ángel Barrios Macario.