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Jan Sarens shot in Mexico

24. February 2013 | Comments (1)

We have heard the tragic news that Jan Sarens of Belgian international crane company Sarens was shot dead in a car park in Acapulco Mexico yesterday.

Sarens, 59, who had a house in the city and was found beside his car in a shopping centre in the main tourist area of the resort. Police are unsure of the motive at this stage, but there is naturally speculation that it may be related to a long standing battle with a previous Mexican business partner. We understand that he was shot once in the chest and that he was already dead when help arrived.

Jan Sarens
Jan Sarens

Sarens lived and worked in Mexico City at SaReNS Latinoamérica and had received death threats in the past. Acapulco though has also become a dangerous city in terms of shootings and other violent crime and he may have been the victim of a simple robbery.


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marc de prins
24. February 2013 20:58

A great loss for the craneworld. May he rest in peace. Deepest sympathy to the family.


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