They were buried yesterday in the cemetery of Cristo Rey, in the capital, the remains of Frederick Perez Ventura31, found dead and with signs of violence Sunday morning, in the Guáyiga sector, after being reported missing the day before.
The body of the young man was removed from the Father Benito Arrieta Municipal Funeral Homefrom Los Alcarrizos, where dozens of friends, acquaintances and relatives went this Monday afternoon to offer condolences to their relatives.
According to relatives, Pérez Ventura left his home in the Pueblo Nuevo sector, in Los Alcarrizos, on Saturday to look for his mother who was in a family activity in Villa Aura, Manoguayabo, but who never came.He arrived at his destination and did not answer calls.
Family asks to clarify crime
His relatives ask the authorities to clarify the crime, whom they define as hard-working, calm and who had no problems with anyone.
They suspect that it is not a simple robbery, due to “particular conditions of the land where his body was found”, because the characteristics of his vehicle, a 2000 Honda Civic car, did not allow him to access that area.
“We spent the whole night of Saturday in anguish, fearing the worst, because we did not know of his whereabouts and he was not a leaky boy or anything,” he said. Sixto Velezyour uncle.
Unofficial versions indicate that the body was found in some bushes, with wounds from white weapons and other signs of violenceat kilometer 20 of the Duarte Highway, in La Guáyiga, in the Pedro Brand municipality.
They find a vehicle in Cotuí
When you find the corpse did not have his cell phonenor the car he was driving, which was later found in Cotuí, Sánchez Ramírez province.
The National Police reported that the investigations are deepening, several people have been interviewed in relation to the case and that they carry out the uprisings, to find those responsible for the fact.
The death of Frederick Pérez adds to the acts of crime and violence that have occurred in various parts of the country in recent weeks, prompting the authorities to implement mechanisms to reduce these actions.