Narcos Season 4 Location Scout Carlos Munoz Slain in Mexico

Narcos Season 4 Location Scout Carlos Munoz Slain in Mexico

Narcos Season 4 Location Scout Carlos Munoz Slain in Mexico

Narcos, which has dealt with Columbian cocaine kingpin Pablo Escobar, was going to set season 4 in Mexico and feature the Juarez cartel.

Carlos Muñoz Portal, a location scout for the Netflix series Narcos (screenshot of the show, above) who had been working to find places to shoot for season four, is now dead after his "bullet-riddled body" and auto were found in a remote area near the borders of the Hidalgo state of Mexico, according to reports.

A translation of the article from El Pais says that Carlos Muñoz Portal, 37, "was killed Monday (September 11) in a rural area of ..."

The murder has raised doubts on whether the production will continue in Mexico or move back to Colombia where the show was originally shot.

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Police have said they are having difficulty investigating the circumstances of the death, as there is a lack of witnesses due to the area's sparse population. Officials found his body was found inside his vehicle in the town of San Bartolo Actopan, Infobae reported. The site is located to the northeast of the State of Mexico, very close to the border with Hidalgo.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, "Munoz was an experienced location manager who had worked on numerous Hollywood productions in Mexico, including Tony Scott's Man on Fire, Mel Gibson's Apocalypto and the latest Bond film Spectre".

Netflix has since issued a statement paying their respects to Munoa and his family.

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