The deputy prosecutor of Nuevo León, Luis Enrique Orozco, reported that the first line of investigation of the case Yolanda Martinez Its the suicidewho was found dead three days ago in a vacant lot, the municipality of Juárez.
At a press conference, where the progress in the investigation of the case was announced, the official clarified that they still do not rule out that the young woman died of others causes.
Previously, authorities had reported that along with the body found in an advanced state of decomposition, containers of toxic substances that would be analyzed.
He also pointed out that in the body of Yolanda Martinez they were not found footprints the traces of violence.
“These indications suggest suicide as the most solid line of investigation, there are interviews in the investigation folder that speak of a state probably depressantof ideas suicidalof communications that Yolanda made to people close to her in which she gave information about a turn in her life and a complex event for herself, “he said.
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He explained that within the located indications there are two jars that could contain aluminum phosphide and chlorpyrifos both, insecticides used in the field.
According to the state prosecutor in femicides, Griselda Nunez, these substances are available to the public. It was indicated that the evidence was collected by the Nuevo León Prosecutor’s Office at the site where the body was found.
The 26-year-old woman disappeared on March 31 in the Constituents neighborhood of Querétaro Third Sector, in the municipality of San Nicolás de los Garza.
His body was located on May 8 in the Los Huertos del Municipality of Juarezaccording to a statement from the Nuevo León Attorney General’s Office.
“We want to share with you that yesterday, May 8, in the afternoon, the report was received from the municipal police of Juárez of the discovery of a Dead body with characteristics of a woman”, informed Griselda Núñez Espinoza, head of the Specialized Prosecutor’s Office for Femicides and Crimes against Women of the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Nuevo León, at a press conference.