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California police are on the hunt for the man suspected of a triple murder at cemetery

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Police in California are on the hunt for a man they say is responsible for the commission of a triple murder in a cemetery on Monday.

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Office identified Jose Luis Torres Garcia, 33, as a suspect behind the murder of Jaime Covarrubias Espindola, 50, Jose Maria Aguilar-Espejel, 38, Rodrigo Aguilar-Espejel, 28.

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For a crime to be able to ensure that his arrest was issued on Thursday, however, the police noticed that he had two other, non-related offenses, warrants to Riverside, and in San Mateo County for traffic and drug violations.

“Of course, We are considering him armed and extremely dangerous,” Riverside County Sheriff and Chad Bianco said in a news conference.

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Office identified Jose Luis Torres Garcia, 33, (pictured) as the suspect behind the murder of Jaime Covarrubias Espindola, 50, Jose Maria Aguilar-Espejel, 38, Rodrigo Aguilar-Espejel, 28.
(Riverside County Sheriff’s Department)

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The police were sent to a cemetery in Perris, just 70 miles east of Los Angeles, california, on Monday, on reports that three did not respond to the men on the ground. Once on scene, deputies determined that the victims were all dead.

The officials of the triple homicide is an isolated incident, “not a threat to the public, but the Bianco is to be noted that the bodies were found in the vicinity of a tomb that belonged to a man murdered in Mexico in December of last year, FOX40 reported.

“He didn’t just go find someone and kill them,” he said. “There was a reason for them to be together, so it is a common resident of Perris shouldn’t be something to be afraid of.”

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He told me that it would have to be a message for something, but wouldn’t say if it was linked to a cartel or a mob to kill it.

Anyone with information on Garcia’s whereabouts is asked to call the Central Homicide Unit (760)393-3524.

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