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cdmx. They find the body of a woman in the hotel of the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office.

Inside the room of Hotel Estaciones, in Mayor KuoutemokoThe body of a woman decomposed on Tuesday afternoon. The sweeper was…

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Inside the room of Hotel Estaciones, in Mayor KuoutemokoThe body of a woman decomposed on Tuesday afternoon.

The sweeper was the one who discovered the body because of the strong smell emanating from a room on the third level.

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According to preliminary reports, the body of the woman, possibly a sex worker, was found between the mattress and the solid base of the bed.

Experts from the capital prosecutor’s office reached the spot to retrieve the body, which took more than three hours.

As of now, the whereabouts of the alleged perpetrator is unknown.

Criminal incidents in CDMX

In late April, the capital government’s Cabinet of Security, Justice and Peacebuilding reported that according to the Crime Incident Assessment for the First Quarter of 2022, from December 2018 to March 2022, there was a 64 percent decrease in intentional homicides in Mexico City.

March 2022 became the month with the fewest intentional killings since December 2006, highlighted by head of government Claudia Sheinbaum.

This results in the implementation of a security strategy based on four axes: Attention to the causes; More and better police; intelligence and investigation; and coordinating the capital’s dependency with the Mexican government, he said.

In addition, from January 1, 2022 to April 15, 2022, 1,521 people have been arrested, including leaders of criminal organizations, plaza owners, cell owners, financial operators, extortionists and drug distributors.

There has also been an improvement in the perception of insecurity in the city, as this indicator stood at 92.3 per cent in 2018 and is currently at 67.4 per cent, i.e. one in four people stop thinking that the capital is unsafe.