A decapitated woman’s body has been found inside a bin big with a note blaming her husband for ‘refusing to pay my ransom’.
The remains of Susana Carrera were found in Coatzacoalcos on the eastern coast of the Gulf of Mexico.
She had been kidnapped a week earlier outside a friend’s house where she had gone to collect one of her children.
The couple owned the aluminium company Pexaluminio, which had an office in the coastal city.
The body of Susana Carrera (pictured) was found decapitated in a bin bag on a street of her home city of Coatzacoalcos
A note was found with her body a week later, reading ‘This happened to me because my husband is a c*** and did not want to pay for my ransom’
Harrowing CCTV footage show her captors pulling up in a car, grabbing her a throwing her into a car in a matter of seconds.
What the ransom note said
‘This happened to me because my
husband is a c*** and did not want to
pay for my ransom’
One week later, the woman’s remains were found in a bag left on the street.
The suspected kidnappers left a not alongside the woman’s which said that her husband had been ‘messing around and wouldn’t pay the ransom.’
According to local media, she had been beheaded because the requested ransom of 4 million Mexican Peso (£161,000) had not been paid.
It is unclear how the ransom demand was made to her husband.
Hours later, the husband confirmed that his wife had been killed on Facebook and thanked well-wishers for their kindness during the week that she had been held captive.
The kidnapping: A car is seen on CCTV pulling up to a house where Mrs Carrera is knocking on the door to collect one of her children for about 15 seconds
Seconds later a masked person grabs Mrs Carrera from behind and drags her away from the door before her friend comes to answer the doorbell
The kidnapper throws Mrs Carrera into the car and quickly drives off. Kidnappings in Coatzacoalcos have increased in recent years with 49 reported in 2018
The post read: ‘Thank you all for your prayers and wishes for my wife Susana Carrera to return home, unfortunately she could not and passed away’.
No arrests have been reported so far. It is unclear why exactly the kidnappers decided to kill Mrs Carrera or what contact they had with her husband.
It is reported that the number of kidnappings has risen in the city of Coatzacoalcos in recent times with 49 reported in 2018 along with 160 homicides.
Devastated family: Mrs Carrera’s husband thanked friends ‘for your prayers and wishes for my wife’ after he announced her death on social media
Mrs Carrera and her husband are believed to run the Mexican aluminium company Pexaluminio. It is unknown whether her husband had any contact with the killers or why they chose to kill her