Mexican specialists accept that a missing Los Angeles Fire Department fireman may have been shot during a hijacking endeavor in August and they keep on looking for him after a week ago capturing a man and lady for the situation, as per authorities in Mexico.
Two Mexican nationals were captured close to Rosarito Beach south of Tijuana, on Thursday night, the Hiram Sanchez, a local investigator for the Attorney General’s Office of Baja California declared Friday during a question and answer session. The lady was distinguished as 32-year-old Fanny “N” and the man is 27-year-old Santos “N.” Mexican specialists didn’t uncover their last names.
The veteran fireman, Francisco “Straight to the point” Aguilar, 48, was as yet thought to be missing and specialists stated, Sanchez said. Aguilar, who was an LAFD fireman for around 20 years, worked out of Station 44, part of the Central Bureau.
Aguilar’s family keep going got with him on the night of Aug. 20 when he spoke with his uncle through WhatsApp to state he was meeting a lady. Prior that day, he’d left his Rancho Cucamonga home to the townhouse he claims in San Antonio del Mar, as indicated by his sibling. Specialists accept when the lady got together with Aguilar, her male buddy additionally appeared and hopped him.
Aguilar figured out how to free himself and attempted to run yet specialists accept he was shot and taken in a vehicle by the suspects. At the point when his family couldn’t contact him by telephone, they went to Mexico the following day to search for him and discovered drawers open and things moved inside his townhouse. Aguilar’s vehicle and an earth bicycle were no more. Those have still not been discovered, specialists said.
Mexican specialists said they will keep on searching for Aguilar as though he’s alive, however, they said blood spots were found close to the scene where he should have gotten together with the lady, who gave him a phony name. Individuals in the zone additionally answered to have heard shots, Sanchez stated, including that legal examiners trust it is Aguilar’s blood.
At the point when they were captured, the man and lady had Aguilar’s bank cards, which were appeared to have been utilized in the days following his vanishing in Tijuana, Rosarito, and Ensenada. Sanchez said the two, who deal with indictments of constrained vanishing and robbery, denied knowing Aguilar or his whereabouts.