Ana Gabriela Medina Blanco found naked in freezer
19-year-old Ana Gabriela Medina Blanco was killed with a screwdriver, and her body was hidden in a freezer in the state of Aragua.
A serious murder case has come to light in the Venezuelan state of Aragua, where the body of a 19-year-old girl was found in the freezer. It was found that the girl's body was stabbed 50 times with a screwdriver and her hands were tied while her head was between her legs. It is told that this girl was missing for the last five months.
According to local media, the girl's new boyfriend was identified as Josu, who is wanted and officials investigating the case want to interrogate her. Neighbors told that this couple was often heard arguing and the behavior of the girl's boyfriend was not good. Investigators are still analyzing the crime scene.
The name of Ana Gabriela's ex-boyfriend, who is believed to be the father of the girl's four-year-old son, was not disclosed. The ex-boyfriend told that he had been looking for Ana for some time. He said, "When there was no news of Anna for a long time, I decided to take matters into my own hands and went to her house to look for clues. When I entered the house, it smelled very strong. After that, I looked in the refrigerator and then in the freezer, where there was a gloomy scene.
The body of Ana Gabriela was first seen by her ex-boyfriend and informed the police. He told that he had found her naked body in the freezer.
Her naked body was found in the freezer while her body was stabbed 50 times with a screwdriver. The body of the girl was kept in the freezer like a fetus. His hands were tied, and his head was between his legs. Investigators found that he had several stab wounds all over his body, which they believe were caused by a screwdriver.
According to the Mirror report, the body of 19-year-old Ana Gabriela Medina Blanco, who went missing five months ago, was found July 29 at her home in Aragua state, Venezuela.
According to local media, her neighbors said she was last seen in February. Ana often traveled to Caracas, Venezuela's capital, so no one noticed her disappearance from her hometown. Ana Gabriela's stepfather told local media that she lived in another part of the country and rarely spoke.