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The bodies of two Venezuelans were found charred in Peru

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Photo: USA TV News

Authorities found the burnt bodies of two Venezuelans last Tuesday in a wooded area on San Nicols Avenue in Peru’s San Martின்n de Porres district.

The only security camera in the vicinity was filming the entrance of the vehicle in which the bodies were transferred at 4:00 p.m.

The Peruvian National Police (PNP) has identified the victims as 33-year-old Gustavo Alberto Manrique and Emilio José Longa Rodríguez.

Specialists at the Central Mortuary in Lima noted that Monric was recognized by his relatives for tattooing his left arm.

During the first investigation, it was revealed that the victims had suffocated and then their bodies were dumped at the cremation ground. According to officials, the men were tied up by arms and legs before being hanged.

The people of the area assured that this is the first time such an incident has taken place in the area.

In a photo published by the local media USA TV The two can be seen hugging, so it is assumed that they were close friends.

Police say Venezuelans have entered Peru illegally.

Agents of the Trincomalee murder unit are investigating the double crime.

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