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The U.S. Consulate has issued another warning for Americans to use caution when in Nogales, Sonora.

In series of three tweets, the Consulate said 'Due to multiple and ongoing threats, the consulate warns Americans traveling in Nogales or surrounding areas to defer unnecessary travel at this time. Travel at night and to areas not frequented by foreigners should be avoided. U.S. citizens are urged to take the highest precautions regarding their safety and personal security in and around Nogales, Sonora.'

According to Mexican police they identified the man as 25-year-old Jorge Luis Soto.  It was reported as one of five murders on the Sonoran side of the border over the weekend.

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