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Mexican Authorities Searching For American ‘Ted Bundy’- Like Serial Killer After 3 Women Found Dead in Tijuana

By on December 9, 2022 0 244Views

A manhunt is under way in Mexico as authorities are searching for a suspect responsible for the recent deaths of three women.

In details released Thursday by Baja California Attorney General Ricardo Iván Carpio Sánchez, the women were found dead in hotel rooms last month. The suspected killer found his victims at strip clubs and bars in the Zona Norte community of north Tijuana.

While authorities have not yet released the name of the suspect yet, investigators have strong leads as to who the suspect is. The only details emerging from the case is that the suspect is described as an American who lives north of the border.

The FBI and other U.S. law enforcement agencies have been notified and are currently assisting with the search.

Carpio said that three of the 1,859 homicides recorded so far this year in Tijuana, which is a border town just 20 miles south of downtown San Diego, this suspect exhibit signs of a killer who preys on vulnerable women, seduces and convinces them to meet privately and then subjects them to violent sexual acts before murdering them.

Mexican authorities have compared these killings to the murders committed by U.S. serial killer Ted Bundy.

“This subject has criminal tendencies associated with violent and psychopathic behavior,” Carpio Sánchez said during a recent interview with Tijuana reporters. “His profile is very similar to someone who became very well-known decades ago: Ted Bundy.”

Bundy was one of the United States most notorious serial killers. Bundy confessed to murdering 30 women in several states across the U.S. between 1973 and 1978. He was executed in 1989.