Jake and Callum Robinson: The Baja California Prosecutor’s Office has confirmed that the three bodies found “with a high degree of probability” match those of the surfers

The Baja California Public Prosecutor’s Office announced on Saturday that the three bodies found very close to the area where three foreign surfers disappeared last week “with a high degree of probability” correspond to two young Australians and an American. To eat. The prosecutor, María Elena Andrade Ramírez, said they were almost certain it was him because of certain physical characteristics and clothing remains. He announced that the bodies were in any case in an advanced state of decomposition and that final forensic tests would take several more days.

The Australian brothers Callum and Jake Robinson and the American Jack Carter lost the trail at Punta San Jose near Ensenada on April 27. The three bodies were found on Friday in a well, a few kilometers away from where they were last seen. “Because of the clothing and certain characteristics, such as long hair, and certain physical descriptions, there is a very good chance that they are the surfers reported missing,” Andrade said. A search found blood and teeth near a tent where three surfers were sleeping, the prosecutor said Thursday. The car they were riding in was burned to ashes.

Authorities have already arrested two men and a woman, who were traced to the cell phone of one of the three missing youths. “We have already made great progress. A task force is currently at the site where he was last seen, the prosecutor said.

Rescue team members work at the site where three bodies were found in Baja California.Francisco Javier Cruz (Reuters)

The brothers’ mother, Debra Robinson, took to social media last Wednesday to ask for help locating her children, who began the journey last Thursday to surf the waves of Baja California with friend Jack Carter, who is also both of my children have seen. They have not contacted us since Saturday, April 27,” he wrote on the Talk Baja Facebook page, where 120,000 members issue travel advisories to the state bordering the United States.

The woman’s biggest concern was that her 33-year-old son Callum has diabetes and therefore needs medication. He works as a lacrosse player in San Francisco. His brother Jake, 30, was visiting him from Perth, the Australian city where they were both originally from. According to information from his mother, he and Jack Carter had driven two hours from the United States to Ensenada in their Chevrolet Colorado with California license plate number 70189W1. When he disappeared last Saturday, he had a reservation for a vacation home in Rosarito.

This news had a huge impact in Australia. A spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade confirmed that the family was receiving consular assistance. The friend of one of the young people who spoke was the most concerned abc radio perth It was that the Robinson brothers had not posted on social media after their disappearance: “Part of the concern is that they have been traveling throughout the United States and posting regularly about their travels until Are weekend.”

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