In the vicinity of the Mexican city of Guadalajara, forensic investigators have identified Sunday Sunday 44 bodies found in a mass grave earlier this month. Human remains were buried in 119 bags on the site.

The mass grave in Guadalajara was discovered when local residents started complaining about the city, the BBC reports on Sunday.

Most bodies were cut to pieces, making it difficult to identify everyone. The identity of a large number of bodies is not yet obsolete.

According to a local organization that helps search for missing persons, there are too few forensic investigators to complete the identification at this time. According to the BBC , the organization has urged the authorities to send more experts.

It is not known who is responsible for the mass grave.