Missing Iowa family of four found dead while vacationing in Mexico

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According to police there were no signs of foul play, American news outlet KCCI reported.

Autopsies were being performed by Mexican authorities.

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. Missing person reports were entered into the nationwide database. They were supposed to board a plane from Cancun at around 2:45 p.m. Wednesday and arrive in St. Louis at 6 p.m., in order to attend Southwestern Community College's men's basketball game Thursday in Danville, Illinois. "The Sharps have been located", Peterson posted.

"They were found last night in their condo deceased", Peterson wrote. But both authorities and grieving relatives say they believe foul play was not a factor. "Out of respect for the family during this hard time, we have no further comment". They told family and friends on March 15 that they had safely arrived at the condo, which they would be staying at until Wednesday.

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. She also thanked everyone for the kind words at this time.

The fact that the family didn't post any vacation pictures to Facebook or have their cellphones only heightened the worry.

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(Creston) - A family from Creston is missing after traveling to Mexico last week.

The sister, Renee Hoyt, said the Sharps were scheduled to return to the USA this week.

The two children were found in the living room and the adults inside one of the bedrooms.

Ivonne Hernandez Duran, Vazquez's wife, said she heard shots and found her husband lying near a taco stand he operated out of his home.

Breach, a correspondent for Mexican daily La Jornada in the state of Chihuahua, on the USA border, was a celebrated investigative journalist known for hard-hitting reports on links between politicians and organized crime.

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