The group included 26 Colombians and two Haitian-Americans. At least eighteen Colombians remain in custody, while three others were killed by Police.
Although investigations continue after three months of the crime, Haitian Police identified Christian Sanon, a 63-year-old Florida-based physician, as the crime's mastermind.
There are several arrest warrants against ex-Supreme Court judge Wendelle Coq Thelot and other officials, including a former judicial employee and a former senator, but so far the arrest attempts have been unsuccessful.
#Colombia | The humanitarian situation is deteriorating rapidly in Necocli municipality where over 20,000 migrants from Haiti and other countries are stranded without being able to travel to Panama. pic.twitter.com/Q5ZnzaeDlE