Guatemalan police search for massacre suspects

Updated: 2011-05-17 13:45


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Guatemalan police search for massacre suspects
Police surround a house during an operation in Santa Elena May 16, 2011. Guatemalan police said on Monday they captured a suspected member of Mexico's feared Zetas cartel in connection with a massacre that left 27 people dead in a Guatemalan village on Sunday morning. The suspect was captured after a shootout with police in which two people were killed and a police officer wounded. The government deployed military and police in the area after the massacre, local police said. The bloody incident started when raiders attacked the small town of Caserio La Bomba about 275 miles (440 km) north of the capital, police said. [Photo/Agencies]

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