Mexico investigates killing of political leader at Acapulco hotel famous for cliff divers

Mexican investigators are looking for at least three suspects in the weekend killing of a regional political leader at a historic Acapulco hotel.

Braulio Zaragoza Maganda was the National Action Party's secretary general in Guerrero state.

Prosecutors' official Candido Joel Zamudio says several men entered a restaurant in the Mirador hotel Sunday. At least one of them shot Zaragoza Maganda three times as he was eating with family.

The Mirador is famous for its views of daredevil cliff-diving displays put on for tourists.