Samara Aurora Arroyo, the nutritionist who has disappeared in Veracruz since December, was found dead

Samara Arroyo disappeared at the end of 2020 (Photo: Twitter @ soyuniversitar1)
Samara Arroyo disappeared at the end of 2020 (Photo: Twitter @ soyuniversitar1)

Samara Aurora Arroyo Lemarroy, the nutritionist who was missing in Veracruz since last December 23, was found lifeless, according to state authorities.

The body of the 28-year-old woman was located in Palmas Arriba, within the municipality of Actopan. State prosecutor Verónica Hernández Giadáns reported in a press conference that this Wednesday a search warrant was carried out at the home of William “N” and his parents, where the body was found. The tracing was accomplished thanks to the K9 canine agents.

William “N”, who was linked to the disappearance of the woman in December, is from the municipality where the body was found.

The prosecutor announced that the complaint of the disappearance of the young woman was received on December 24, for which an investigation was opened “immediately”. This, thanks to the information that the ministerial police, the Ministry of Public Security and the family provided.

Ibero asked the authorities for progress in the case (Photo: IBERO)
Ibero asked the authorities for progress in the case (Photo: IBERO)

Initial investigations pointed to William “N,” the Arroyo Lemarroy sports instructor, who was the last person the woman was seen with before disappearing. William was arrested on December 25 aboard a truck, which belonged to the nutritionist who graduated from the Universidad Iberoamericana.

William was arrested and linked to a process for the crime of outrages to authority and specific robbery, for which he was given one year of preventive detention, and four months for the complementary investigation”, Explained the prosecutor.

In addition to this, Hernández Giadáns explained that a search operation allowed them to obtain evidence that “corroborated that William ‘N’ had already deprived her of life inside her home.” For now, he is in prison and is charged as the main suspect.

An outrageous disappearance

Arroyo Lemarroy disappeared six days ago in the port of Veracruz when he was going to work. The case of Samara, who worked in the High Specialty Medical Unit (UMAE-14) of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), caused much outrage in Veracruz.

The medical community requested attention from the authorities (Photo: PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
The medical community requested attention from the authorities (Photo: PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

In accordance with The Day, the The medical community of the UMAE-14 of the IMSS in the port of Veracruz published a call to the Veracruz authorities to promote their location alive. “We all hope that she is healthy, safe and returns home,” they said.

The hashtag #SamRegresaACasa began to be published by family and friends of Arroyo Lemarroy through social networks. In addition, they shared a video asking for it to appear “as soon as possible.”

Members of the Rotary clubs of Xalapa and Coatepec offered a press conference in the capital of the federative entity this Tuesday. They asked citizens to show solidarity “with the family, Samara is a daughter, a sister, a cousin, yesterday there were others, today it is Samara, we ask society to help us.”

“If someone knows something, if someone saw something, all we want is for Samara to return home safely, and we call on people who may have her to return to Sam, we are not going to chase anyone, it is not our role, ”they said, according to the outlet.

Samara was a few days away from her 29th birthday (Photo: PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
Samara was a few days away from her 29th birthday (Photo: PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

In addition to this, Ibero Puebla, expressed its solidarity with the family of the former student due to the lack of progress in the investigations. In addition, he issued a call to the Veracruz government to investigate “immediately, effectively and without delay” the disappearance.

Samara disappeared just four days before her 29th birthday.

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