Geelong link as bodies found in Mexico where Australians disappeared

One of the Australian surfers who went missing in Mexico and was feared dead was set to take a job at a Geelong hospital, his heartbroken parents have revealed.

Mexican police have made three arrests they say are linked to missing Perth-born Australian brothers Jake and Callum Robinson.

Grim details have emerged in the search for two Perth brothers, Jake and Callum Robinson, and their American friend who disappeared on April 27. Mexican authorities found three bodies near a cliff in the same area where they were last seen.

The discovery was announced to local media, with officials stating that the bodies were located in the La Bocana area of ​​the Pacific coast.

A major search has been launched in Ensenada, Mexico for two brothers, Jake (right) and Callum Robinson (left) from Perth, who were visiting on a surfing trip. Image: Instagram

The remains have yet to be formally identified.

It comes as the brothers’ parents, Debra and Martin Robinson, revealed 30-year-old Jake would arrive in Geelong to start the next chapter of his career.

He left for the US two weeks ago to visit 33-year-old Callum, where he worked as a professional lacrosse player.

“It was the trip of a lifetime to see his brother before he soon started a new job at Geelong Hospital in Victoria,” they said in an open letter.

“Callum and Jake are wonderful people.

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“We love them so much and this breaks our hearts.”

Callum, Jake and their friend, Jack Carter Rhoad, 30, were last known in Rosarito on April 27, on Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula.

The area is one of the most violent in the country.

Perth brothers Jake (L) and Callum Robinson (R) pictured with parents Martin and Debra. The brothers go missing during a surfing trip in Baja California, Mexico. Image: Instagram

Their burned-out car was found on a farm several miles from the search location.

The US Sun reports that homicide teams and fire and rescue units are on the scene to recover the human remains.

Earlier, Baja California Attorney General María Elena Andrade Ramírez revealed that investigators had discovered a burned-out car that they believed was the Chevrolet Colorado that belonged to one of the missing men.

Mexican police make further arrests after Australian surfers Jake and Callum Robinson go missing. A burned-out car on a farm a few miles from the search location. It is believed that it belonged to the missing men. (Delivered)

They also found the campsite where the Robinson brother and their friend, Mr. Carter Rhoad, were staying.

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