Tied up and with signs of violence, this is how they found the body of José Gerardo Tulcán, a driver who had disappeared a week ago while he was driving around the municipality of Piedecuesta, Santander.
According to relatives, the man was last seen last November 25 when I was leaving the San Francisco market square to do a job, for which he had been hired.
Nevertheless, The authorities found his whereabouts after carrying out an investigative work with the security cameras. and review the wooded areas of the Bucaramanga metropolitan area.
The body of José Gerardo Tulcán It was found near the road that leads to the tourist site known as Cerro del Santísimo, in the municipality of Floridablanca.
The man was tied to a tree and showed signs of violence, police said. “We believe that this crime may correspond to common crime, he worked in hauling and one possibility is that it was for stealing his truck because the vehicle did not appear either. We are awaiting the results of the investigation by the authorities.” pointed out one of the relatives.
Three other deaths in the metropolitan area
It should be noted that This case has generated alarm in the metropolitan area of Bucaramanga, since in the last week three other bodies were found in different areas.
For example, a man of approximately 40 years of age was found in a wooded area of the La Joya neighborhood, in Bucaramanga. The victim had no signs of violence, however, it is believed to have been due to an overdose.
In Floridablanca, a woman was found in a rainwater pipe, apparently, it would fall accidentally, but the authorities advance the corresponding investigation of the case.
Another of the most recent events was the discovery of the body of a man in the undergrowth in the La Inmaculada neighborhood, on the road that leads to Chimitá to the north of Bucaramanga. So far, his identity and cause of death are unknown.