Police looking into locating Creston Iowa family

Elias Hubbard
March 24, 2018

They also said that no foul play was suspected in the deaths. "Out of respect for the family during this hard time, we have no further comment". The family reportedly had not been in contact since they arrived at the resort.

Ashli Peterson posted to Facebook Thursday night.

A police report seen by AFP said Vazquez Atzin's wife was inside their home when she heard three or four gunshots.

According to CBS News, Mark Williams, chief dispatcher for the Creston Police Department, said Friday that Mexican officials were speculating that the family could have killed by a gas leak in the condo, but that hadn't been confirmed. Autopsies are being conducted in Mexico, police said.

Photo Amy Sharp, her husband, Kevin, and their children, Sterling and Adrianna, were found dead in a condominium in Mexico on Friday.

The family was reported missing by relatives in their hometown of Creston, Iowa, earlier in the day, about a week after the family left for vacation.

The family was scheduled to return to the US on a flight to St. Louis on March 21 and attend the Southwest Community College basketball game in Danville, Illinois. on Thursday.

"The Sharp family has been at the racetrack for as long as we can remember", he said.

Newsweek has reached out for comment from family members on the incident. I consider them friends. "They were to be right here enjoying us play basketball today", Lorensen stated.

Family members say there has not been any contact from the family since Thursday, March 15th after saying they had made it safely to their condo in Tulum. The U.S. State Department was called along with officials in Mexico.

Four members of a missing United States family were found dead at an apartment in Mexico's resort town of Tulum.

A Mexican journalist was killed in the southeastern Mexican state of Veracruz, the government said on Thursday, that latest victim in a wave of violence in one of the world's most risky countries for reporters.

It's unknown when they will be returned to Iowa.

"There appears to be no signs of trauma", Ver Meer told the news station. "We'll work through this together".

Jane Weland, another relative, told CNN the last communication she had with the family was a picture Sterling posted of his feet by the water on Snapchat.

The holiday home the family stayed in has been named as the Grand Bahia Principe, according to Mexican news outlet Noticaribe. According to ABC Des Moines affiliate WOI, the family left for Mexico on March 15 and were expected back in the US on Wednesday.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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