Three bodies found in the area of ​​Mexico where Australian brothers Callum and Jake Robinson, with American nationality Jack Rhoad, went missing

Three bodies have been found in Mexico’s Baja California region, where two Australians and a US citizen disappeared almost a week ago.

Perth siblings Jake and Callum Robinson, both in their 30s, had not been heard from since Saturday and were unable to check into their holiday home in the coastal town of Rosarito, just south of the Mexican city of Tijuana.

They are said to have been on a surfing trip in the region, near Ensenada, with their American friend Jack Carter Rhoad, 30, who is also missing.

The grim development comes as the couple’s parents fly to Mexico.

According to Reuters, the bodies were found by Mexican authorities.

Three people – two men and a woman – were recently arrested by police and assisted in their investigation during a house search.

A 25-year-old woman was arrested after authorities found her turning on a phone believed to belong to one of the three missing men.

Grim details emerged on Friday local time about the abandoned campsite where the missing trio had been staying.

Local news outlet Zeta reported that “blood and tooth parts” had been discovered at the site.

Yesterday it emerged that police had reportedly located the burnt-out car the men used on holiday, along with “other evidence”.

It was also believed that their abandoned tents had been found.

“A working team (of investigators) is at the site where they were last seen, where tents and other evidence have been found that could be linked to these three people we are investigating,” Baja California Chief Prosecutor Andrade Ramírez said Thursday local time. .

“There is a lot of important information that we cannot make public.”

Parents Debra and Martin Robinson explained in an open letter on Friday that Jake, 30, had left Australia two weeks ago to visit brother Callum, 33, who was living in the US with dreams of representing Australia as a professional lacrosse player.

“It was the trip of a lifetime to see his brother before he soon started a new job at Geelong Hospital in Victoria,” they said.

“Callum and Jake are wonderful people. We love them so much and this breaks our hearts.”

“Our only consolation right now is that they were doing something together that they love passionately. We ask that people keep them in their thoughts and prayers and continue to respect our privacy during this difficult time.”