Two Canadians found dead with slit throats in the Mexican resort of Playa del Carmen

Quintana Roo – Two Canadians were found dead with their throats cut in Mexico’s Playa del Carmen, government officials said Tuesday.

The couple was found dead in a condominium of the hotel, and a security guard was injured, said the state prosecutors of Quintana Roo.

The dead man has been declared wanted by Interpol for fraud.

ABC News reported:

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Two Canadians – one wanted by Interpol – have been found dead from knife wounds in the Caribbean coast of the Mexican resort of Playa del Carmen, the state prosecutor’s office said on Tuesday.

Prosecutors in Quintana Roo, where resorts such as Cancun and Tulum are also located, said the man and woman were found dead Monday at a hotel or condominium in the troubled resort, and a third was injured.

There was no immediate information about their names or hometowns. “Global Affairs Canada is aware of the deaths of two Canadians in Mexico,” the ministry said in a statement.

But prosecutors confirmed that the male victim was on an Interpol wanted list on fraud charges.

The news of the executed couple comes when violence in the Mexican resort towns of Tulum and Cancun erupts.

Cartel violence has spread to tourist resorts on Mexico’s Caribbean coast.

Last October, two travel bloggers visiting Tulum were caught in the crossfire of rival gangs and killed.

A fierce shootout north of Playa del Carmen killed at least two drug dealers last November, the AP reported.

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