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World Bodies Of Missing Garden Grove Couple Believed To Be Found In Tijuana, Son-In-Law Arrested

10:40  18 january  2020
10:40  18 january  2020 Source:   losangeles.cbslocal.com

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TIJUANA , Mexico -- A United States couple missing for a week in Tijuana were found Friday buried on the property of one of their homes in this border city, Mexican authorities said. Baja California state prosecutor Hirán Sánchez said the bodies of María Teresa López, 65, and 70-year-old husband

GARDEN GROVE (CBSLA) — The public’s help is needed Wednesday to track down a Garden Grove couple who When the couple didn’t return, their adult daughter became concerned and used a “ Find My The couple ’s daughter is in Tijuana helping with the search. Anyone with information about the

GARDEN GROVE (CBSLA) — The bodies of a Garden Grove couple missing after visiting Tijuana were believed to have been found Friday and the couple’s son-in-law was arrested, according to Mexican authorities.

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Jesus Guillen, 70, and Maria Lopez, 68, drove their pickup truck into Tijuana to collect rent from their tenants and were supposed to return Friday Jan. 10, police said.

When the couple didn’t return, their adult daughter became concerned and used a “Find My Phone” service to track down her parents. The app showed the couple was still at their property in Tijuana.

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Bodies Of Missing Garden Grove Couple Believed To Have Been Found In Tijuana , Son - In - Law ArrestedThe bodies of a Garden Grove couple missing after visiting Tijuana were believed to have been found Friday and the couple 's son - in - law was arrested , according to Mexican authorities.

Authorities said the bodies of a man and a woman believed to be a Phoenix-area couple missing for more than a week were recovered from a property near The couple 's abandoned car was later found covered in dirt about a half-mile away from their home in Maricopa, about 35 miles south of Phoenix.

The couple’s daughter was in Tijuana helping with the search.

On Friday, Mexican authorities found two bodies buried in mud at the couple’s property. One of the bodies was identified as a male and are working to determine the sex of the second body.

During a Friday press conference, Mexican authorities said they arrested a man identified as Santiago N. Mexican prosecutors said the suspect is the couple’s son-in-law, who was deported from the United States in 2012 after serving time in jail for theft. Investigators said they believe the suspect wanted to stage a kidnapping in order to collect ransom.

“They didn’t deserve it,” one neighbor said. “They were really good people.”

Mexican authorities were still investigating the cause of death.

Prosecutors in Mexico were still waiting on autopsy results to determine cause of death and to positively identify the bodies.

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