An armed group of attackers stormed into a house where a holiday party was being hosted and started fire, killing four men in north-central Mexico on Saturday.

It has been reported that two additional individuals were injured in the shooting by prosecutors in the state of Guanajuato. The incident took place just before daybreak on Saturday in Cueramaro, which is close to the border with the state of Jalisco.

There was no immediate word on a probable motivation for the assault at the time of publication.

The Jalisco drug cartel, on the other hand, has been waging a campaign to retake territory from local gangs in Guanajuato. It is the state of Guanajuato, an agricultural and industrial state, that has the highest rate of murders in Mexico.

Mexico is a country with a high danger of violent crime, particularly after dark.

Abduction, sexual assault, armed robbery, and murder are all possible outcomes in Mexico. These types of crimes might take place at tourist destinations and resorts.

Criminals masquerading as police officers have perpetrated sexual assault, extortion, and robbery on the pretext of protecting the public. They may even pretend to be police officers and drive phony police vehicles.

Travelers have been targeted by gangs after they have exchanged money at airports.