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In Mexico, a Ukrainian woman was cruelly killed and dismembered

In the Mexican state of Puebla, Ukrainian Yaroslav Nenastina, who was considered missing, was found dead.

Photos: Facebook / Olga Zaratustra de Lavalle

According to TSN With reference to the local edition of El Sol de Puebla, she was brutally murdered in the municipality of Wehoezingo.

"This week, Ukrainian Yaroslava Nenastina, who went missing on August 10 in San Pedro Cholula, was found dead in the farmland at Uechozingo," the report said.

After an investigation, the police found and arrested the alleged killer, who would soon be brought to justice. According to investigators, the killer could be a Mexican, whose name is Alfonso.

“He contacted his victim in one of the stores of the Mexican trading network Oxxo, from there they went to his apartment, where he killed a woman, dismembered her and hid the evidence, leaving the remains in the field. But the discovery of clothing and special signs (tattoos) of the victim helped identify and find the alleged killer, ”the article says.

The incident also became known according to a local resident, who published a photo of the deceased and asked for financial support for her mother.

In turn, a friend of the murdered Natalya told TSN.ua that a suspect in the murder of a 37-year-old Ukrainian woman was detained, but in the near future he could be released.

"25 August, her body was found dismembered. A suspect in such a brutal massacre was detained, but, as reported by relatives, he may be released, ”she says.

According to the report, the parents of the girl claim that the Ukrainian embassy in the country is not conducive to clarifying the circumstances.

According to the source, the Ukrainian was born in Kiev, lived in Mexico for about 20 years and had two children - 10 and 13 years.

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