The graves were found in the municipalities of El Salto, Ixtlahuacan de Los Membrillos, and San Pedro Tlaquepaque, and the authorities have only managed to identify 13 bodies.
In San Pedro Tlaquepaque, a team from the Prosecutor's Office found the body of a person, a skull, four anatomical segments, and 32 bags with evidence.
Regarding the grave found in Ixtlahuacan de Los Membrillos, Gomez reported that 25 bodies have been recovered, one skeleton, five skulls, and several lots of bone segments.
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Since 2018, the administration of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) has found 1,257 clandestine graves and exhumed 1,957 corpses, 806 of which have been identified.
Since 2006, when former President Felipe Calderon (2006-2012) declared the beginning of the war on drugs, authorities have acknowledged 77,171 missing persons in the country.
In response to this wave of violence, collectives of disappeared persons' family members carry out searches for their loved ones in the streets, schools, hospitals, morgues, and clandestine lands throughout Mexico.