The skeletal remains found in the Monesterio farm where they are looking for him are already in the forensic anatomy
The skeletal remains found this Thursday at the Monesterio farm (Badajoz) where the body of Manuela Chavero, who disappeared more than four years ago, was searched, are already in the Badajoz Institute of Legal Medicine for identification.
As the Government Delegation has informed Efe, the Civil Guard continues to work in the place to obtain all the bone remains.
They were found on the farm that belonged to the confessed author of Chavero’s death, located in the area known as La Dehesa, about four kilometers north of the urban area of the municipality.
Sources close to the case informed Efe this Friday that the remains could correspond to the deceased, who was 42 years old when she disappeared in Monesterio in July 2016, because the detainee confessed that he buried the body in that place.
The 28-year-old young man, who lives very close to Chavero’s home and is known to the family, was taken to the farm after giving a statement at the Zafra Civil Guard barracks.
Agents from the Central Ocular Inspection Team (ECIO) of the Civil Guard and effective specialists in the search for cadaveric remains also traveled to the place.
The young man, who remains in the premises of the Civil Guard of Zafra, will spend this Sunday at the disposal of the Court of Instruction number 1 of this town, which has decreed the secrecy of the proceedings.
The investigation has been carried out by the Homicide, Kidnapping and Extortion Section of the Central Operational Unit (UCO) of the Civil Guard together with the Organic Unit of the Judicial Police of the Badajoz Command.