Mexico: Expat from Canada beaten and strangled with camera cord

Posted on October 4, 2016 • Filed under: Expatriate attacked, Expatriate Killed, Expatriates Attacked, Mexico

mexiconewsdaily.com reported robbery is believed to have been the motive in the killing of a Canadian photographer and artist Friday in Yucatán. The state Attorney General’s office said Barbara McClatchie Andrews was killed by a taxi driver whom she had contracted to drive her from the airport in Cancún to her home in Mérida.

The native of Vancouver, Canada, was returning from a trip to Canada and had advised her housekeeper she was on her way from Cancún.

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Her body was found Friday by the roadside on the Cancún-Mérida highway near Hacienda Teya. Authorities said there were signs she had been beaten and strangled to death with the cord of a camera. Read Article

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