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According to his family and local sources out of Zacatecas, Mexico, a DNA match has revealed that Cincinnati architect Jose Gutiérrez is one of four people buried next to a bullet-riddled vehicle last week.
According to FOX 19 Cincinnati, Gutiérrez’s Mexican parents have confirmed their son’s identification with DNA testing with 99% certainty.
To Fox News Digital, his sister Grissi Gutiérrez revealed that their parents had gone to collect his remains the previous day.
Gutierrez, 36, disappeared on his way to join his fiancee in Mexico on December 22, 2022, when he departed from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Authorities in Mexico found the bodies of Gutierrez, Daniela Pichardo, Pichardo’s sister, and cousin buried next to a car riddled with bullet holes and missing tyres.
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The architect had seven brothers and sisters and a Master’s degree from Miami University. According to FOX 19, he and Pichardo had planned to tie the knot later this year.
The families of Gutierrez and Pichardo protested to the Mexican authorities to help them locate their missing loved ones before they were found.
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