Kathy Harvey and Ian Hirschsohn (Missing American tourists found dead) Biography, Wiki
Kathy Harvey and Ian Hirschsohn were the Two American tourists who had gone missing earlier this month have been found dead in Mexico, and a Canadian citizen was also found stabbed to death on a beach.
ABC News reports that investigators recovered the bodies of Ian Hirschsohn and Kathy Harvey at the bottom of a well in a remote area south of Ensenada, in northern Mexico on the Baja Peninsula, this past weekend. The pair had been reported missing on September 2.
It’s been two weeks since @LAFD firefighter Frank Aguilar went missing in Mexico. Authorities believe the 20-year veteran may be a victim of a violent kidnapping. Hear from his fearful and frustrated daughter on #KCAL9 4pm and @CBSLA 5pm #CBSLA pic.twitter.com/0XDZ0l8dys
— Rachel Kim (@CBSLARachel) September 3, 2020
Although the details of Hirschsohn and Harvey’s relationship and the circumstances of their disappearance have not been confirmed, local reports suggest they were a retired couple living in Southern California. Whether the researchers considered their deaths a suspected murder is not yet known. The investigation continues.
As stated by the ABC News report, Craig Harrison, 65, was found dead Saturday night from an apparent murder on a beach in the southern part of the Baja Peninsula. It was reported that the victim was repeatedly stabbed in the chest before entering the water.
According to the report, Harrison ran vacation rental business in Cabo San Lucas and is a Canadian and South African citizen. He was reported missing on 29 August.
A Los Angeles firefighter is missing in Mexico. As CrimeOnline previously reported, Frank Aguilar, who was on medical leave from the LAFD, disappeared at the end of August after leaving for Rosarito, which was reported to be his rental property.
Officials in Mexico seem to suspect that Aguilar may have been kidnapped, NBC 7 San Diego reports. Investigators in Mexico gave little details about the investigation, but Los Angeles-based officials were reportedly involved.
Isaiah Bertín, a federal security representative in Baja California, told NBC 7 San Diego that local prosecutors did not rule out the possibility that Aguilar’s disappearance was linked to organized crime in the area.