Six people have been arrested in northern Mexico in connection with the murders of filmmaker Alejandro Gómez Monteverde's father and brother.
On Sunday, Chief Francisco Galindo announced that the six suspects had been arrested in Tamaulipas. He added that the gang had been linked to 20 cases of kidnapping or homicide, including the murder of Juan Manuel Gómez Fernandez and Juan Manuel Gómez Monteverde.
The two went missing in early September, and authorities discovered their bodies on September 19 in Pueblo Viejo, Veracruz.
At the time, Ali Landry, the wife of Alejandro Gómez Monteverde, took to Instagram to thank her family, friends and fans for their support during the difficult circumstances. "The events surrounding my family were tragic and what has happened will profoundly affect our lives forever," she wrote. "But my Father in Law was the kind of man that radiated pure joy and it was infectious. He loved and adored his family more than anything... My brother in law was such a hard working business owner. He was an incredible salsa dancer. He was fluent in Japanese, and we all looked up to him."