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Peter Braxton-Andrew, North Carolina teacher missing in Mexico, killed by a criminal group, a family says



CHRIOSDUIDH –

The American family-friendly family in North Mexico states that the state government has told him that he is killed by a criminal group.

Report by the father of 34-year-old Patrick Braxton-Andrew thanked the state authorities for Chihuahua and said that the research is becoming increasingly better on his body.

The Thursday statement states that "authorities are seeking people who are responsible to bring them to justice."

Braxton-Andrew was a Spanish teaching at Woodlawn School in Mooresville, North Carolina.

A page set for him says that he died to do what he did – a & # 39; travel and meeting people. "

Braxton-Andrew is finally seen by the hotel staff on October 28 in Urique, a mining town at the foot of one of the many canyons that make up the National Park of Copper Mexico in Mexico.

(Copyright © 2018 ABC11-WTVD-TV / DT. All rights reserved – This report has been added by The Associated Press.)


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