Gunmen murdered five members of a family in Mexico City, in what may have been a "settling of scores" between rival drug traffickers, a senior official has said.
"Some indications have been found inside the residence that point to an issue related to 'narco-retailing'. They tell us of possible direct revenge against this family," district attorney Miguel Angel Mancera said.
The gunmen murdered Clemente Sanchez Salinas, a 51-year-old seller of bags and raincoats, and took the other four people in a vehicle, which was later found with the bodies of three men and a woman, the district attorney said.
Those people were apparently a group of drug dealers who owed money to others and "this is how these people respond", he said. "These are the consequences of drug dealing."at sea. no trace of boat,sea rough due to depression.