After performing the autopsy, the Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences handed over the body of Paraguayan prosecutor Marcelo Pecci, who was murdered while on a skin moon with his wife, on the island of Barú, Cartagena.
According to the experts, the foreign official received three shots from a 9-millimeter pistol, one in the face and two in the back.
The body was transferred to the Lorduy funeral home in Bolívar while the paperwork is being carried out to be rexpatriated to Paraguay.
According to dialogue William Osorio, director of Human Development of Repatriates of Paraguay, with Radio Universo 970 of Asunción, the body could return on Friday or Sunday at the latest.
While the prosecutor’s body is handed over to his family, the Police continue to investigate and search for those responsible for the murder. Nearly 600 soldiers from Cartagena are on the trail of those responsible.
According to recent statements by the Director of the Police, Jorge Luis Vargas, there was no knowledge of the presence of the Paraguayan prosecutor in Colombia.
The murder that occurred last Tuesday in Barú, presumably carried out by assassins, unleashed the anguish of the inhabitants of Playa Blanca, who asked the Police to reinforce security in the sector.