HORROR: American man and Australian brothers murdered during surfing trip in Mexico, thieves dump their bodies in 15 meter deep well | The Gateway expert

An American man and two Australian brothers were murdered during a surfing trip to Mexico. Three suspects were arrested this weekend.

According to police, Jack Rhoad, an American man from San Diego, and Australian brothers Jake and Callum Robinson were last seen on April 27 in the Mexican state of Baja California.

The men were surfing about 70 miles south of the U.S. border when they disappeared.

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Jack Rhode, 30

According to Mexican authorities, the three men were targeted by Mexican thieves because of the tires on their truck. The white pickup was set on fire.

The bodies were dumped in a remote pit 15 meters deep. It took authorities twenty hours to remove the bodies from the bottom of the well.

Three suspects, a woman and two brothers, have been taken into custody in connection with the murders.

The woman was found with one of the Australian surfer's mobile phones.

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suspect Ari Gisel García Cota, 23

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suspects Jesús Gerardo Garcia Cota and Cristian Alejandro García

The daily email reported:

Mexican authorities say thieves killed two Australians and an American during a surfing trip to Mexico to steal their truck, mainly because they wanted the tires.

Australian brothers Callum and Jake Robinson and American Jack Carter Rhoad were last seen on April 27 in the Mexican province of Baja California.

Prosecutors have released gruesome details about the killings but have not yet officially confirmed the identification of the bodies. They said relatives of the victims are looking at the bodies to see if they can be identified by sight.

The bodies were decomposing after the thieves dumped them in a remote 50-foot-deep well. If relatives cannot identify them, further tests will be carried out. The pit also contained a fourth carcass that had been there much longer.

The US State Department previously issued a series of travel advisories about cartel violence, kidnappings and gruesome murders in Mexico.

The State Department has urged U.S. citizens to avoid the following six Mexican states due to high crime and violence: Colima, Guerrero, Michoacan, Sinaloa, Tamaulipas and Zacatecas.

Several Americans have been murdered in Mexico in the past year.

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