TWO brothers and their aunt were massacred and buried by still unidentified suspects on a rice field at a village in Mexico, Pampanga, a belated police reports said on Friday. The police identified the victims as Patrick Limpin, 30, his brother Christian Paul, 25, and their aunt Pacita Villena-Limpin, 59. The belated report also quoted Rodolfo Villena, chairman of Barangay Parian, Mexico, Pampanga, as saying that local officials were able to exhume the bodies of the three victims Tuesday afternoon. Rodolfo, who is the brother of Pacita, added that the three were reported missing since Jan. 16. He also claimed that the recovery of the bodies came after he received a text message telling him where to find the dead bodies. All three were found with their hands tied and their mouths stuffed with pieces of cloth. The police reports added that the victims had identified a certain Christian Paul, an alleged member of the Rebolusyonaryong Hukbong Bayan (RHB), as being behind the killings. Christian Paul is reportedly involved in extortion cases in Pampanga.