Published: Sun, September 17, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Netflix's 'Narcos' Location Scout Shot & Killed On the Job in Mexcio

Netflix's 'Narcos' Location Scout Shot & Killed On the Job in Mexcio

Mexico, a violent region in the center of the country, while looking for locations for the filming of the Narcos series by Netflix, which will arrive in Mexico in its fourth season.

Carlos Muñoz Portal, the location scout for Netflix's "Narcos", was fatally shot this week while on the job in Mexico scouting for season four. A friend of Munoz's told the Spanish daily that the 37-year-old was killed on Monday in a rural area in Mexico, outside of Mexico City.

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

Unclear if Portal's death will derail production.

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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. The vehicle was found on an unnamed dirt road in San Bartolo Actopan, part of the municipality of Temascalapa. In July, 182 cases of homicide were reported in the densely populated state, a ratio of 12.2 for every 100,000 inhabitants.

"We are aware of the passing of Carlos Munoz Portal", Netflix said in a statement.

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Beyond Narcos, Munoz worked as a locations manager on many Hollywood films, including Tony Scotts Man on Fire, Mel Gibson's Apocalypto, and the latest installment in the Bond film franchise, Spectre.

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