The final result of the autopsy on Susana Cáceres, the woman whose body was found yesterday in Ituzaingó after being missing for 10 days, revealed that she was sexually abused and suffocated after suffering multiple stab wounds and blows to the body and head with a blunt object. In addition, the date of death was established between 3 and 10 days prior to the discovery, as the preliminary report known last night had advanced.
The autopsy indicates that the woman’s body presents injuries typical of having suffered sexual abuse, she was not burned -as was revealed at first given the advanced state of decomposition-, she had multiple sharp puncture wounds, bruises on the body, a blow to the head with a blunt object and signs of suffocation.
After the study, the body of Cáceres was handed over to the family to complete the procedures for his burial.
Prosecutor Luisa Pontecorvo, head of the Functional Instruction Unit (UFI) 3 of the Moreno-General Rodríguez Judicial Department, once again requested other images from security cameras in the area of the discovery and awaits the results of new expertise.
“You have to investigate from scratch because there are still no suspects in the murder. We have to follow what the forensic report indicates to move forward,” said a judicial spokesperson.
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