Police from the Department of Rocha in Uruguay over the past few hours have arrested the prime suspect in the murder of Argentine teenager Lola Chománalez, who had traveled to the neighboring country on vacation in 2014 and found lifeless on the beaches of Barra Valizas.
The 39-year-old was arrested on charges of personal injury in 2003 and rape in 2009. After 8 years of investigation, a fundamental evidence was found for his arrest, a match in the DNA test, assured TN.
Despite this fundamental finding, for the time being, investigators must continue to study whether the subject was the author of the act.
From 2014 until now there was only one inmate for the murder of a minor, ngel Moreira, nicknamed “El Cachila”, who was detained to cover up the case.
The Crime of Lola Chomnalez
Lola, 15, arrives at Barra de Valizas at a spa in downtown Rocha on Saturday, December 27, 2014. The young woman was invited by her godmother, Claudia Fernández, who was accompanied by her husband, Hernán Tuzinkevih, and their son, to spend the summer at the place.
The next day, Lola disappeared after deciding to take a walk on the beach. Two days later she was murdered about four kilometers from the house, specifically between Valijas and Aguas Dulce.
Through an autopsy, coroners determined that the young woman was stabbed and died of suffocation. Lola’s body was found downstream in the sand.
As for Judge Rossana Ortega, the teenager tried to run away from her killers, but they captured her, stabbed her with a knife, and eventually died after stabbing her in the head, in response to her potential call for help. , he pressed his face against the sand to death
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