Mexican authorities find four human skulls in customs

MADRID, Dec. 31 (.) –

The National Guard of Mexico has detected this Friday four human skulls in the shipping area of ​​the Querétaro International Airport that were heading to the United States, all of them after inspecting parcel companies using X-ray equipment.

“During inspections at parcel companies and through X-ray equipment, the National Guard detected at the Querétaro Intercontinental Airport, four skulls apparently of human origin, wrapped in transparent plastic and aluminum foil, without sanitary registration,” the authorities have detailed. Mexicans in a statement.

The discovery has taken place in one of the packages of a courier and parcel company, inside the Querétaro airport, where national guards, with prior authorization, carried out random searches in search of narcotics, firearms and currency.

The National Guard agents chose various shipments and subjected them to an inspection, with the help of an X-ray machine, detecting abnormal organic material in one of them, for which they proceeded to carry out the review manually.

“The human remains, from the municipality of Apatzingán, Michoacán, and whose destination was an address in the city of Manning, in the state of South Carolina, in the United States, did not have the documentation that would support their legal origin and transportation.” , the National Guard has expressed in its letter.

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