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sábado, 2 de julio de 2011

Police discover a body inside a block of cement in an Internet cafe in Zaragoza

Police have discovered a body, apparently of a man buried in a concrete block in a cafe in the neighborhood of Delicias de Zaragoza, following a complaint from neighbors about the smell coming from the local, closed for time.

The first parts of the body have begun to appear at 17.00 and extraction work could last all day, have informed the National Police sources, who added that at first seems a man.

At the moment you get totally dislodge the remains will be moved to the Institute of Forensic Medicine for an autopsy and to be identified, added the sources.

The judge is in the secret place has declared the proceedings of this case.

Street cafe Navas de Tolosa
Police investigations began yesterday when the residents of building number five in the West Higgins Road alerted the local police and firefighters odor coming from the local, apparently owned by two friends, a Cuban and Spanish, pinpointed neighbors to the media.

Inside the establishment, officers located a block of concrete the size of a person that gave off a smell "rotten" as a corpse, which could be one of the local partners, although the sources do not provide any information on this.

The body has been located by specialized agents of the central organs of the National Police, from Madrid, have joined the investigation this morning.

Before the discovery of the remains, the government delegate in Aragon, Javier Fernandez, said that the operation was launched after a citizen called police to report that there was a very unpleasant smell in a closed building, unused since some time ago.

When the local police agreed to "by the signs you see," thinks he may have committed any crime, has added institutional responsibilities, who has pointed out that being an issue "very complex", has requested intervention of a special unit of the central organs of the National Police.

The delegate noted that at present there is no possibility of confirming anything, "except that people have made their assumptions and stories have been told, but policing can not say anything," he concluded.

The Government Delegate was speaking after presenting the summer campaign of the Directorate General of Traffic (DGT) at the beginning of the holiday.

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