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Mexican Police Chief Mayra Janeth Gálvez Ramírez and Assistant Chief Killed Ambush

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Mexican Police Chief Mayra Janeth Gálvez Ramírez and Assistant Chief Killed Ambush

Armería, Colima Mexico Police Chief Mayra Janeth Gálvez Ramírez and Assistant Chief Eliseo Victorino Aguilar were shot and killed in an ambush.

Both officers were patrolling on 5 de Mayo Avenue, in the center of town, next to the Health Center, when they were shot.

The attack occurred around 12:00 pm when two men on a motorcycle approached the patrol car in which the police commanders were traveling.

At that moment, the men shot at the officers, causing the immediate death of the director and deputy director of Security.

Mayra Janeth Gálvez Ramírez was the second woman to occupy the position of director of Public Security in that city.

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