Missing woman’s body discovered in water tank in Mexico City

The body of a 27-year-old woman has been discovered in water tank in Mexico City. Last February, Carmen Yarira Esparza Noriega went missing. Friends and family feared that Esparza Noriega, an aspiring actress, was abducted and sold into a sex trafficking ring. SEE ALSO: Man kills his best friend; feeds privates to dog Now, however, it seems that Esparza Noriega’s body was in her own apartment block the entire time, decomposing in the building’s water tower for nearly a year. The horrific discovery came about when one of the building’s residents complained about the strange tasting drinking water. When city health officials went to check the water tank three weeks ago, they discovered the Esparza Noriega’s body floating in the water. The victim’s family identified her body on Christmas Eve. While the body was severely decomposed, Esparza Noriega’s breast and hip implants helped the coroner and the family confirm her identity. A friend of Esparza Noriega’s, Javier Paz, told the Daily Mail, “She was a talented and beautiful woman who dreamed of being an actress. When she failed to turn up at the clinic where she worked, we all thought that she might have been kidnapped and sold off into the sex trafficking industry.” Police are now focusing their investigation on Esparza Noriega’s ex-boyfriend, a wealthy businessman who had been paying her rent. According to local news outlets, Esparza Noriega had ended the relationship after meeting a wealthy lawyer. She disappeared one week before she was supposed to move out of the apartment that was paid for by the businessman. SEE ALSO: Brazilian trio running ‘cannibal bakery’ go to trial The shocking discovery upset both Esparza Noriega’s family and the apartment’s residents who have been drinking water from the contaminated tank for nearly a year. Her family and friends are now angered that it took so long to discover her body. A police spokesman said, “We had a missing person report for her and had been looking into suggestions that she may have been taken by a gang involved in the sex slave business. It appears that was not the case.”The post Missing woman’s body discovered in water tank in Mexico City appeared first on Voxxi.

Carmen Yarira Esparza Noriega (Photo: Twitter/@SoyElRich)

The body of a 27-year-old woman has been discovered in water tank in Mexico City.

Last February, Carmen Yarira Esparza Noriega went missing. Friends and family feared that Esparza Noriega, an aspiring actress, was abducted and sold into a sex trafficking ring.

SEE ALSO: Man kills his best friend; feeds privates to dog

Now, however, it seems that Esparza Noriega’s body was in her own apartment block the entire time, decomposing in the building’s water tower for nearly a year.

The horrific discovery came about when one of the building’s residents complained about the strange tasting drinking water. When city health officials went to check the water tank three weeks ago, they discovered the Esparza Noriega’s body floating in the water.

The victim’s family identified her body on Christmas Eve. While the body was severely decomposed, Esparza Noriega’s breast and hip implants helped the coroner and the family confirm her identity.

A friend of Esparza Noriega’s, Javier Paz, told the Daily Mail, “She was a talented and beautiful woman who dreamed of being an actress. When she failed to turn up at the clinic where she worked, we all thought that she might have been kidnapped and sold off into the sex trafficking industry.”

Police are now focusing their investigation on Esparza Noriega’s ex-boyfriend, a wealthy businessman who had been paying her rent. According to local news outlets, Esparza Noriega had ended the relationship after meeting a wealthy lawyer.

She disappeared one week before she was supposed to move out of the apartment that was paid for by the businessman.

SEE ALSO: Brazilian trio running ‘cannibal bakery’ go to trial

The shocking discovery upset both Esparza Noriega’s family and the apartment’s residents who have been drinking water from the contaminated tank for nearly a year. Her family and friends are now angered that it took so long to discover her body.

A police spokesman said, “We had a missing person report for her and had been looking into suggestions that she may have been taken by a gang involved in the sex slave business. It appears that was not the case.”

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