Brothers Jorge and Andres Tirado They were found dead inside a residence in the Roma Norte neighborhood of Mexico Cityaccording to information confirmed last Sunday, December 18, by the Mexico City Attorney General’s Office.
the young actor Andres Tirado, 27 years old and his brother Jorge, 35, had been reported missing since December 16, when some celebrities joined forces to share the photos and information that would help find their whereabouts.
Among the data shared, they highlighted that they were last seen on December 16 around 4:30 p.m. when they were traveling in a vehicle with Jalisco State license plates.
However, it was the Mexico City Attorney General’s Office (FGJCDMX) who, through an information card, announced the discovery of three lifeless men inside a building located in the Roma Norte neighborhoodwhich matched the description of the actor and his brother.
Unfortunately, the authorities confirmed that the bodies belong to Jorge and Andrés Tirado, who were also found together with an approximately 73-year-old man named José González who was identified as their uncle; while a woman who survived the attack noted that she along with her husband and her two nephews were deprived of liberty violently to deprive them of bank cards.
Meanwhile, the spokesman for the Mexico City Prosecutor’s Office, Ulises Lara, reported that at the scene of the events Two women and a man were arrested who were presented as witnesses, but when they fell into contradictions they were detained by the Secretary of Citizen Security.
Before the death of the actor, his brother and uncle, some celebrities have spoken on social networks to demand that the authorities clarify the murders, including the actors allan estrada Y Edward Spainwho raised their voices to point out the insecurity that exists in the country, in addition to expressing their condolences to the actor’s family.
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