On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the State Prosecutor’s Office investigates another homicide of a woman that occurred in the municipality of Tlaquepaque.
At approximately 7:20 a.m., the municipal police received the report via the 911 emergency number. about a suspicious package at the intersection of San Antonio and Santa Inés streets, in the Micaelita neighborhood.
Upon arrival, the officers located the body of a woman between 25 and 30 years old, wrapped in a white blanket. There were no witnesses to confirm who or who were able to abandon the woman at the intersection.
Ministerial agents of the Specialized Unit for the Investigation of Femicides and Investigating Police, processed the scene in search of evidence that would allow the clarification of the case, but so far it is unknown who or who the aggressors were.
Experts from the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences also attended who collected evidence and lifted the body to take it to the metropolitan morgue to perform the corresponding autopsy.
The last case that occurred in Tlaquepaque against a woman occurred on Tuesday, November 23, in the Arroyo de las Flores neighborhood; At 9:54 p.m. the report of firearm detonations was received at the intersection of Gladiola and Amapola streets, there they also found another young woman shot, approximately 25 years old.
The latest figures from the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System (SESNSP) indicate that 156 women have been murdered with violence, and only 57 cases have been declared as femicides.
In addition, the statistics place San Pedro Tlaquepaque as the third city in the country with the most crimes of femicides with 12 qualified of this type.