Family Question Loved One's Death in Progreso, Investigation Underway
PROGRESO – Police are now treating a man's death as a homicide.
They are trying to figure out why 67-year-old Ruben Garcia, who spent just about half of his 67 years in the city of Progreso and was well-known, was found dead Sunday with wounds on his head.
He was found along International Blvd in Progreso.
His brother, Antonio Garcia, is speaking up.
Antonio says his brother owned a home nearby and walked around town every day and people knew him well.
"I don't know how this happened to him. They loved him a lot in Progreso. People there knew him. I don't understand why they would hurt him," says Garcia.
Police believe the person responsible may not have known Ruben by name, but knew who he was.
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