Mexican authorities located 26 bags of body parts in a ravine in Jalisco, which is located in Western Mexico, the Associated Press reported on Friday.
The Jalisco state prosecutor’s office said in a statement that they began collecting bags in Tonala and surrounding areas of Guadalajara. Those remains are now in the hands of Mexico’s state forensic science institute, according to the AP report.
In Mexico, the daily homicide rate averages 100 per day. Body dumping is also a common tactic for Mexico’s deadly cartels.