They found weapons and ammunition in the apartment where one of the last detainees passed

They found weapons and ammunition in the apartment where one of the last detainees passed
They found weapons and ammunition in the apartment where one of the last detainees passed

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Federal Justice is searching in Resistencia, Chaco, for traces of Loan Danilo Peña, the 5-year-old boy who disappeared ten days ago in a town in the interior of Corrientes, in a case that took a dramatic turn last Friday, when the initial hypothesis of a Loss in the mountains turned towards the possibility that the child had been kidnapped for unspeakable purposes.

In the last hours, members of the Federal Police and the Chaco Police found weapons and ammunition in the department that one of the detainees, the ex-marine Carlos Guido Pérezlives in Resistencia every time he travels there to visit his daughter from a previous marriage, whose home was also raided this morning.

The joint operation began in apartment A on the first floor of the property located at 915 Necochea, in the capital of Chaco, which Pérez rented last year and frequents every weekend, as Justice was able to verify.

There they seized a 9 millimeter caliber pistol, ammunition of that caliber, caps for reloading and packs of rifle projectiles. A procedure was also carried out at the home of Pérez’s daughter, Brisa Keyla Pérez Zacaríasat 1310 Humaitá Street.

Weapons and ammunition found in the apartment rented by former sailor Carlos Guido Pérez in Resistencia, Chaco; Also, the video recorder from the property’s camera systemFederal police

According to investigation sources, the sniffer dogs did not detect traces of Loan in any of the raided apartments. However, the police seized, in addition to the arsenal, money and cell phones, the recording devices linked to the property’s video surveillance system.

Weapons and ammunition found in the apartment rented by former sailor Carlos Guido Pérez in Resistencia, ChacoFederal police

Pérez and his current partner, former 9 de Julio official María Victoria Caillava, are accused of having taken the boy on June 13 from his grandmother’s house, in Paraje El Algarrobal.

Investigators suspect that they transported him first in a Ford Ranger truck (with which they had arrived that Thursday to participate in the lunch after which the child disappeared) and then in a Ford Ka car with which they would have left Resistencia between Friday the 14th and on Saturday the 15th.

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