The corpse of the 26-year-old girl disappeared since last February in Vinaroz (Castellón), which was found this Sunday in Ulldecona (Tarragona) after the confession of her partner was buried in a field of this Tarragona population and shows signs of violence.
This was reported in a press release by the Civil Guard, which investigated the disappearance of the girl, of Moldovan nationality, and who in the last hours had arrested three men allegedly involved, including the boyfriend of the girl.
In the same way, agents have made several searches in Vinaroz and in Ulldecona, a town located about twenty kilometers from Vinaroz and where relatives of this young man, 22 years old and a native of Romania, live.
According to what the Civil Guard has pointed out, in the absence of an expert comparison, the corpse found corresponds to that of a 26-year-old Moldovan woman whose disappearance was denounced by her partner on March 7 at the Civil Guard Barracks of Vinaroz ( Castellón), where the couple lived.
Given the "strange circumstances" surrounding the disappearance of women, the Civil Guard initiated different lines of investigation in the environment of the victim, before the suspicion that "the disappearance had not been voluntary."
Although all hypotheses were then open, the main one pointed out that the boyfriend of the young woman would have "something to do" with the disappearance.
Practiced all the steps and "obtained significant data on his alleged involvement", on the night of last Friday, day 5, the sentimental partner of the disappeared was arrested.
In the framework of the investigation, eye inspections were carried out at the couple's home -in Vinaroz- and in the detainee's family environment -in Ulldecona-, for which specialists from the Central Eye Inspection Team of the Criminalistics Service traveled of Madrid and members of the Cynological Service, in support of the investigations of the Organic Unit of the Judicial Police of Castellón.
As a consequence of the "relevant evidence and evidence obtained", the investigators arrived at a place in the municipality of Ulldecona, where "the corpse of a woman was buried, which would correspond to that of the disappeared woman".
The disappearance took place on February 17 in the house they both shared, apparently after maintaining a strong discussion.
The investigations continue open for the total clarification of the event, and new arrests related to it are not ruled out.
There are no police records or previous reports of the victim about sexist violence, according to the Civil Guard.
The investigations have been directed by the Court number 4 of Instruction and Violence of Gender of Vinaroz, that has decreed the secret of the actions, and carried out by the Organic Unit of Judicial Police of Castellón.
The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has transmitted his "affection" to the family and loved ones of the young woman, and in his Twitter account he has lamented that "horror hits us again" in reference to sexist violence.
"We will not stop until we end this scourge, we want you alive, free, safe," Sánchez has published.
For its part, the president of the Valencian Government, Ximo Puig, has ensured that every time a woman is killed, "it is a social failure, of all" and the fight against gender and sexist violence "must be a priority" .
In the Botanical Garden of Valencia, where he has closed the Programmatic Convention of the PSPV-PSOE, Puig has said that "the great objective is to end gender violence, we are outraged but also failures and every time a woman dies I feel absolutely concerned in that failure. "
If the death of the young woman from Vinaroz is confirmed as a case of male violence, the number of women murdered by their partners or ex-partners has risen to 16 so far this year and there are 991 deaths since 2003, the first year of There are official statistics.