These 5 Killed Him

( – Five illegal aliens have been arrested and charged with murdering a 15-year-old boy in Frederick County, Maryland, earlier this year.

Breitbart News reports that the five male illegals are accused of killing 15-year-old Limber Lopez Funez and disposing of his body in Frederick’s Gambrill State Park.

The illegal aliens who have been charged with the homicide are 21-year-old Alexis Alfredo Ayala Lopez, 23-year-old Jose Roberto Ramos Lopez, 29-year-old Ismael Lopez Lopez, 27-year-old Elmer Bladimir Reyes Reyes, and 29-year-old Ismael Ivan Rivera Canales.

Funez’s family first alerted the Frederick Police Department that he was missing in late February.

The next day, the local police found a crime scene about half an hour from Gambrill State Park. Funez’s corpse was discovered in the park in late April, Breitbart News reports citing a police statement.

“Since Mr. Lopez Funez was first reported missing back in late February, we have had officers and detectives working tirelessly, investigating this case,” Frederick Chief of Police Jason Lando informed.

“Our team spent countless hours following leads and conducting searches all over the county. We were all hoping to find Limber alive and well, but sadly that did not happen,” he added.

The detectives managed to identify the five illegal immigrants as suspects in Funez’s killing through “digital, video, and forensic evidence.”

Search warrants for the illegal alien suspects were issued on May 26, and they were arrested.

Subsequently, the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) told FOX5 DC that all five suspects in the 15-year-old boy’s murder were illegally residing in the United States.

Each one of the five young men has been charged with first-degree murder. The illegal immigrant suspects remain in jail as detectives are still investigating the homicide.

“On behalf of the entire team at FPD, our hearts go out to the victim’s family,” said the Frederick Chief of Police.

“While we know it will not bring Limber back, we hope the arrests, in this case, will offer some closure to the Lopez Funez family,” Lando added.