Four men killed financial manager Jose Sergio Jeancul Zapata of agro-industrial company Pucalá in Chiclayo. The homicide happened when Jeancul Zapata while his three sons were on their way to pick up his wife and a Tico (car) intercepted him and shot him twice.
Management of Pucalá said that a series of evidences shows that this premeditated attack could have been performed by a group of former directors, who were fired from agro-industrial company due to their bad work performance.
General Manager of Pucalá, Salvador Esquén Salazar, did not have any doubt and accused former directors Guillermo Solano and Santos Tapia and two former workers Falén and Mires as the people to be behind this murder.
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