Matan a otro periodista; así lo hallaron en Sinaloa

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El periodista deportivo Omar Iván Camacho Mascareño fue hallado sin vida este sábado en el municipio de Salvador Alvarado, Sinaloa.

Ese día, Omar había ido a cubrir la serie entre Garbanceros de Guamúchil y Diablos Rojos de Cubiri de la liga de beisbol Arturo Peimbert Camacho, pasaron las horas y sus familiares no sabían de su paradero, por lo que comenzaron a buscarlo.

Sus restos fueron localizados en la autopista Benito Juárez, abajo del puente de La Escalera. Su cuerpo presentaba signos de tortura, por lo que las autoridades han comenzado con las investigaciones correspondientes.

Compañeros expresaron su dolor ante dicha pérdida…

Omar Iván Camacho también trabaja en el Colegio Renacimiento, y a través de su página en Facebook, dicho plantel dio a conocer su luto por la irreparable pérdida de su amigo y compañero.

Por el mismo medio, también se informó que este lunes el cuerpo de Omar es velado desde las 6 de la mañana hasta las 6 de la tarde en la funeraria EMAUS.

First published on March 25, 2019 / 3:06 PM

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