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17 September 2017, 01:05 | Anna Nguyen
Carlos Munoz Portal a veteran location scout was found dead in a car with several shots
Carlos Munoz Portal, a location scout for the Netflix series Narcos, was found dead this week while scouting locations for the upcoming fourth season of the show.
According to Variety, the 37-year-old's bullet-riddled body and vehicle were found in a remote area near the borders of Hidalgo state, a hugely violent area of the country.
According to local reports from Mexico, even though Hidalgo has one of the highest murder rates in Mexico due to the prevalence of drug cartels there - with 182 killings in July alone - authorities are having trouble figuring out who is to blame and why.
Narcos season 4 is said to delving into the origins of the Juarez cartel in Mexico, following season 3's focus on Colombia's Cali cartel.
The Mexican Institute of Cinematography (Imcine) issued a statement mourning Munoz's death. He was a seasoned scout and worked for Stacy Perskie's Mexico City-based production company Redrum. Netflix could not immediately be reached for comment. It's now unclear if Portal's death will affect production or whether the murder will move production back to Columbia.
Munoz had previously scouted locations for other productions within Mexico such as the Denzel Washington action film Man On Fire, Mel Gibson's primal thriller Apocaltypo and the most recent James Bond movie Spectre.
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