Daría O. L., the 22-year-old woman who was found dismembered in a cold storage cabinet in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid), died after receiving two stabs in the back. This has been revealed by the autopsy performed by forensics and concluded yesterday. The doctors have not yet delivered the body to the family, since they want to continue with the study before it is buried.
The forensics had to wait three days to be able to make the analysis of the remains of Daría O. L, since they had to take the ambient temperature to perform the autopsy. What they were able to reconstruct before were the fingerprints, which allowed their identification through the files of the National Identity Document (DNI), according to police sources. Doctors have found that the victim's remains had two blunt-cut wounds.
The passage of time and the fact that the body has been frozen has made it very difficult to determine the exact date of death, according to police sources. Of course, everything points to this occurred just when the young woman, Russian origin and Spanish nationality, stopped being seen by the neighborhood in Alcalá, around October 2017. That also suggests to researchers that during all this time her boyfriend and supposed author of the crime, Manuel MA, Spanish of 42 years, has been living with the body all this time. This had a room rented in a room converted into housing, located at number 3 of the Camino de Santiago street, in the city of Complutense.
The agents of Scientific Police returned Monday again to the house to make a new ocular inspection of the zone, especially to see if they found rest of blood of the victim. It has not transcended if they found any relevant evidence.
The alleged perpetrator of the crime is in provisional custody and without bail since last Saturday afternoon by order of the holder of the Court of Instruction No. 2 of Alcalá de Henares.