Ciudad Obregón.- A young woman and two girls, aged four and three, died after being shot yesterday afternoon, when they were driving in a car through the streets of Ciudad Obregon, where another woman and a baby were also seriously injured and reported in critical condition.
The armed aggression took place around 17:10 hours on Miguel Aleman Street, between Morelos and Yaqui Streets, where Nayeli BM, 26, died. She suffered a wound on the right side of the thorax, as well as in the thigh and left arm, as well as wounds from bullet shrapnel.
The minor Daneli Jacqueline B.M., of four years, also died from a gunshot to the head.
Unofficially it was said that the victims, who were mother and daughters, had their residence on Lázaro Cárdenas Street, of the ejido Álvaro Obregón.
The sister and aunt of the victims, identified as 20-year-old Jacqueline BM, as well as two other minors, including a one-year-old baby, are reported to have been injured. The other minor, aged three, died after she received medical attention.
Will not go unpunished
For its part, the Attorney General's Office of Justice said in a statement released after the third death that it will carry out all the necessary investigations so that the homicide is resolved as soon as possible and the guilty party is punished.
The Attorney General of Justice in the State, Rodolfo Montes de Oca Mena, reported that elements of the Ministerial Investigation Agency (AMIC) carry out the corresponding steps to find the whereabouts of the subject or those responsible for this lamentable crime.
"We regret this act of violence that will undoubtedly not be without punishment, we are working on the corresponding investigations to clarify the crime and find out who committed this crime," said Montes de Oca Mena.
He pointed out that he can not reveal details of the investigation so as not to hinder the ministerial work and the process that follows, but that no recourse will be limited and the full force of the State will be applied for the facts to be clarified and to act accordingly against the perpetrators.