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Esau Ramirez wanted for the stabbing of his family

SAN JOSE, Orange Walk District, Sat. June 20, 2020– Rebecca Muñoz, 39, and her two children were stabbed in their house last night in San Jose, and police are looking for Esau Ramirez Lopez, 44, the common-law husband of Muñoz, for questioning.

Muñoz, a domestic of San Jose, suffered stab wounds in her left breast and right elbow, while her daughter, Dianna Nyayeli Muñoz, 19, a student, received stab wounds in her abdomen, which ruptured her intestines. She was also stabbed in her right arm. Rebecca Muñoz’s son with Esau, Jose Adrian Ramirez, 15, was stabbed in the center of the back.

They were all rushed to the Northern Regional Hospital, where the mother and son were admitted in a serious but stable condition, and Dianna was admitted in a critical condition.

Police do not yet know what led to the attack on the mother and her two children, and are looking for Ramirez for questioning.

Esau Ramirez is a Guatemalan national who resides in San Jose. Police are seeking public assistance to find him. If anyone sees him or has information that could lead to his arrest, please contact the nearest police station, or call 911 or 0800- 922- TIPS.

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