Mexican Officials Release Identity of Man Killed on Reynosa Int’l Bridge
REYNOSA, TAMAULIPAS – The identity of the man killed in Reynosa Monday night was released.
The city of Reynosa published a statement lamenting the loss of Dr. Oscar Manuel Resendez-Alanis.
Mexico’s federal attorney officer told CHANNEL 5 NEWS he was killed in his vehicle as he waited on the Reynosa International Bridge to cross into the U.S. around 6:30 p.m. Monday.
They believe he may be a U.S. citizen since a U.S. passport was recovered from the scene.
According to a state press release, Dr. Resendez worked in the clinic of Pemex, Mexico’s largest oil company. They believe he was the victim of a possible carjacking, but are working to confirm that through an investigation.
The state press release confirmed he was a resident of Reynosa, but there is still no official confirmation on his U.S. status.
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