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Mexican ‘serial killer cannibal, 72, is arrested after he ‘murdered his girlfriend’

Mexican ‘serial killer cannibal, 72, who filmed the killing of many of his nine victims’ is arrested after he ‘murdered his girlfriend’ and cops discovered remains of other women at his home

  • Andrés Mendoza was arrested Saturday night in Atizapan, Mexico
  • Authorities searched his home and discovered the body of his missing 34-year-old girlfriend, Reyna González
  • González was reported missing after she went to visit Mendoza on Friday to terminate their relationship
  • The 72-year-old man stabbed the mother-of-two and used a machete to cut her body and placed it in bags
  • Authorities say that they found the remains of nine other women at the property 
  • Imagen Television reported that Mendoza had admitted to eating his victims’ body part 

Authorities in central Mexico discovered the remains of a 34-year-old missing woman and at least eight other women at the home of her 72-year-old boyfriend.

The Attorney General’s Office for the State of Mexico indicated that the eight other women may have been murdered by Andrés Mendoza during a 20-year stretch.

Imagen Television reported that Mendoza confessed to have eaten the body parts of his victims.

He reportedly also had video taped the killings of his victims. 

Cops in the town of Atizapan were conducting a search for Reyna González, a mother of two girls, when they found her dismembered body inside Mendoza’s on Saturday.

Andrés Mendoza was arrested in Atizapan, Mexico, on Saturday night, just one day after his 34-year-old girlfriend Reyna González has been reported missing. Authorities discovered her dismembered body inside a bag and the remains of at least nine other women buried at his home

Reyna González, a mother of two girls, visited the home of her boyfriend, 72-year-old Andrés Mendoza, to tell him that she was no longer interested in carrying on with their relationship. Mendoza reacted by stabbing her in the chest before using a machete to hack her and stuff her remains inside a bag

Reyna González, a mother of two girls, visited the home of her boyfriend, 72-year-old Andrés Mendoza, to tell him that she was no longer interested in carrying on with their relationship. Mendoza reacted by stabbing her in the chest before using a machete to hack her and stuff her remains inside a bag

Evidence from the home of Andrés Mendoza that was seized by authorities Saturday night in State of Mexico after the discovery of his dead girlfriend, whom he stabbed and then hacked with a machete

Evidence from the home of Andrés Mendoza that was seized by authorities Saturday night in State of Mexico after the discovery of his dead girlfriend, whom he stabbed and then hacked with a machete 

Andrés Mendoza is led away by authorities in State of Mexico, Mexico, after he was arrested for allegedly murdering his girlfriend. Authorities discovered the remains of at least eight other women buried at his home

Andrés Mendoza is led away by authorities in State of Mexico, Mexico, after he was arrested for allegedly murdering his girlfriend. Authorities discovered the remains of at least eight other women buried at his home

González was initially reported missing Friday after she went to Mendoza’s home at noon to tell him that she was going to terminate their relationship. Mendoza did not agree with González’s reasoning and reportedly stabbed her inside his home.

According to Infobae, Mendoza drove the knife into González’s chest and then used a machete to cut her limbs off before stuffing her body parts into a bag.

Authorities entered Mendoza’s home Saturday approximately 8pm and searched the home before the made the gruesome discovery.

The bags containing González’s body had been placed on top of at table. Authorities did not confirm whether Mendoza had ate any of González’s body parts.

A dog searches the property of Andrés Mendoza before leading agents to human remains

A dog searches the property of Andrés Mendoza before leading agents to human remains

Firefighters and an agent with the prosecutor's office for the State of Mexico search through the soil at the home of Andrés Mendoza where the remains of  at least nine women were found

Firefighters and an agent with the prosecutor’s office for the State of Mexico search through the soil at the home of Andrés Mendoza where the remains of  at least nine women were found

Investigators recovered what they allege are accessories belonging to the nine women whose remains were found at the home of Andrés Mendoza

Investigators recovered what they allege are accessories belonging to the nine women whose remains were found at the home of Andrés Mendoza

A sniffer dogs deployed by authorities led a search team to an area of the home where the remains of other women were discovered. A separate team was called drilled through the floor of several sections of the home where human remains and hair of women had been buried. 

Workers also found women’s clothing and shoes which allegedly belonged to the victims who were butchered by Mendoza.

Authorities also seized a collection of video tapes that reportedly contained the names of several women with footage of their killings and a notebook with the names of 29 women.

He also peeled the skins off the women’s faces and their scalps, too. 

As of Tuesday, Mendoza has only been accused of killing González. 

Investigators separate the evidence that was recovered at the home of Andrés Mendoza after cops discovered the dismembered body of his 34-year-old girlfriend Reyna González

Investigators separate the evidence that was recovered at the home of Andrés Mendoza after cops discovered the dismembered body of his 34-year-old girlfriend Reyna González

Rubicela Castillo's id card was located at the home of Andrés Mendoza, but authorities have yet to determine if the remains of the missing woman were within the ones discovered

Flor Vizcaino has been missing since October 2016

The voter id cards of Rubicela Castillo (left) and Flor Vizcaino (right) were located at the home of Andrés Mendoza, but authorities have yet to determine the women’s remains were among the ones discovered buried at the residence

Dilcya García, the lead prosecutor for the Attorney General’s Office division that the evidence that was uncovered made them believe that they were dealing with a “serial” killer.

Investigators also found voter identification cards of Rubicela Castillo, 32, who was reported missing July 20, 2019, and Flor Vizcaino, 38, who was last seen October 16, 2016.

Castillo, a native of Monterrey, Nuevo León, moved to Mexico City in 2019 with her five-year-old son and was working for a bank and Uber.  

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