Monday, September 20

The Mossos ask for citizen collaboration to find the suspect of killing their son in Barcelona

The Mossos d’Esquadra have requested this Wednesday citizen collaboration to find the man accused of killing his two-year-old son in a hotel in Barcelona. The Catalan police have decided to release the full name and photo of the suspect, who has fled through the back of an accommodation located in the Poble-sèc neighborhood, and who is believed to have committed the crime for reasons of gender violence Against his ex-partner, from whom he was separating and whom he had threatened.

According to the information provided by the police, the person they are looking for responds to the name of Martín Ezequiel Álvarez Giaccio, and his description is that of a 44-year-old man, 178cm tall, shaved hair, trimmed beard, brown skin, athletic complexion. And brown eyes. The Mossos have asked through their social networks that whoever has seen him call 112.

This same wednesday La Vanguardia has published Some images of the hotel’s internal security circuit in which the man is observed escaping from the building, careful not to be seen, first through the corridor and then from the back, jumping a low wall in a pool area. She comes out in a gray T-shirt and jeans.

In addition to finding the suspect, the police are trying to clarify the circumstances of the crime, which became known on Tuesday afternoon, through a call to 112. The first to go to the scene were agents of the Urban Guard , around 10:30 p.m., and then the Sistema d’Emergències Mèdiques (SEM) came. The body of the minor showed signs of violence. The boy arrived at the hotel with his father, who was separating from his mother and who allegedly sent her messages warning her that he would “regret it.”

The criminal investigation division of the North Metropolitan Police Region of the Mossos has taken charge of the investigation, under the tutelage of the Investigating Court on duty in Barcelona. The judge has decreed the secrecy of the proceedings. At the moment there are no detainees.

The mayor of Barcelona, ​​Ada Colau, has expressed her “pain and anger” at the death of the child and has transferred “all the warmth and support to his mother” and to the other relatives, for whom she has assured that the service is available to them. psychosocial support of the city. The mayor has called for an act with a minute of silence in Plaza Sant Jaume at 7:00 p.m.





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