Mexican Authorities Seek Help to Identify Child Found Dead in Vacant Lot

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MONTERREY, Mex. – The Nuevo Leon Attorney General’s Office is asking the public to help them identify a young boy found beaten to death.

Authorities released a sketch of the victim in hopes that someone might be able to recognize him.

The child, believed to be between 8 to 10 years old, was discovered in a vacant lot north of Monterrey.

Mexican police say he was battered and looked weak.

The office is asking all of the surrounding areas for assistance.

Anyone with information on the case can contact Mexican authorities. Their information can be found below.

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