The bodies of two young Japanese food delivery men, one of them identified as César Josué “N”, aged 16, were found cremated in a property in the area of the Ranchito community, at the southern exit of the capital of the state, so the State Attorney General opened an investigation. On November 2 at 10:00 p.m. Cesar Josué Villegas Salazar, 16 years old, was seen for the last time leaving his home in the Costa del Sol subdivision in Culiacán.
The judicial authorities issued the Amber Alert with his photograph and his characteristics, as well as the clothes he wore when leaving his home: a blue polo shirt, blue jeans and huaraches. On the same day, the family of young Jordán Antonio Aruna Ruélas reported his disappearance at 9:00 p.m. after leaving the sushi business where he works, located in the Costa del Sol subdivision to deliver an order.
The search alert of the young man describes him as an 18-year-old man with a height of 1.80 meters, light brown complexion, dark brown eyes, a slim complexion, who wore royal blue pants, an army green shirt and sandals. black plastic. According to an anonymous report that was caught on the emergency lines, the Culiacán Municipal Police were alerted that the bodies of two people were found in an uninhabited property in the Ranchito community, and they were set on fire.
The families of the victims who had separately reported their disappearances at different times last Monday, managed to identify their charred remains based on their clothes and other belongings that were found. One of the versions under investigation is that Cesar Josué and Jordán Antonio were seen together, presumably before one of them came to deliver an order at home in the same subdivision where the Japanese fast food business is located, where they both worked.