The prosecutor Julia Sebastián during a police operation carried out in early April in the countryside "The corner" Bolívar, where Woldryk worked as a rural laborer.  (Photo: newspaper La Mañana de Bolívar)

The national government offered a $1,500,000 reward for those who provide accurate data on the whereabouts of Juan Carlos Woldrykthe 30-year-old rural laborer who is missing since March 30 after being the victim of a “sextortion”executed by at least 2 inmates from the San Nicolas prison. The measure was communicated through the Resolution 366/2022, published this Tuesday in the Official bulletin.

The young man was described as having a robust build, tall, blue eyes, dark skin, dark hair and a height of 1.75 meters. He was last seen in the establishment “El Rincon”located in the XII Barracks of Bolívar, and that day he was wearing a red checkered shirt with white colors, an orange and/or blue sweatshirt, field pants and espadrilles.

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According to the Bolivarian newspaper La Mañana, the Ministry of Security of the Nation, in charge of Hannibal Fernandezspecified that people who want to provide data “must communicate by telephone with the National Coordination Program for the Search of Persons Ordered by the Justice”, to the fast access telephone number 134.

Also, it was clarified that the payment of the reward will be made at the headquarters of the organization headed by Fernández “or in the place designated by the representative of this State portfolio, after a report from the representative of the intervening authority on the merit of the information provided, preserving the identity of the contributor.”

In addition, the federal security forces were instructed “to disseminate and publish in all its forms” a poster created especially for the occasion, which will also be published in graphic media with national circulation, in which all the information of the person appears. disappeared, a photo in which you can see her face and the money offered for information that helps to find her whereabouts.

Prosecutor Julia Sebastián during a police operation carried out in early April in the “El Rincón” field in Bolívar, where Woldryk worked as a rural laborer. (Photo: newspaper La Mañana de Bolívar)

To people who have information about the wanted person, the prosecutor Julie Sebastian, head of the Functional Unit of Instruction (UF) No. 15 of Bolívar, asks that they contact “immediately” with the 911/134 (anonymous) or to the Rural Prevention Command number 02314 – 15572587, to the Bolívar Police Station at 02314 – 420495, to the Sub DDI at 02314 – 421642 or to the UFID number 15, 02314 – 421525.

The reward request, which has now been approved, had been made on April 6 by the prosecutor, within the framework of the file labeled “whereabouts investigation”. It should be remembered that the search for him was inserted a few days after his disappearance, in the Federal Search System for Missing and Missing Persons (SIFEBU).

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Sebastián told La Mañana that “the request for a reward had to be accompanied by a series of official letters, in which it was confirmed that all the immediate measures had been carried out, the elements that had been proven in the case and why it was important. in this instance offer the reward, for the data on the whereabouts of Woldryk”.

How Woldryk’s demise came about

After having lunch with his colleagues at noon on March 30, Woldryk left the place, after learning that the photos of the conversations he had supposedly had with a minor had been published on his Facebook profile. Since that day, multiple rakings have been carried out in the field, in the vicinity of the place and in different points of the rural area, as well as in the Carlos Casares party.

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The prosecutor sebastian was able to try before the Justice that the laborer was absent from his workplace being the victim of extortion. During the course of the investigations, it was determined that from prison No. 3 in San Nicolás, the inmates Fernando Listorti Esperón and Luis Miguel Galeano They pretended to be a woman and contacted Woldryk via Facebook, who shared intimate photos with them.

The rural laborer even sold his car to pay the money that the extortionists demanded.  (Photo: newspaper La Mañana de Bolívar)
The rural laborer even sold his car to pay the money that the extortionists demanded. (Photo: newspaper La Mañana de Bolívar)

The form of extortion used by the inmates is known under the term of “sextortion”. This criminal figure refers to when a person threatens another with spreading images or videos in which the subject is naked or performing sexual acts. In exchange for not spreading the material over the network, the extortionists demand money.

On several occasions, Woldrik transferred money inmates and even sold his car to make the last payment. The young man believed that the bank deposits were being sent to a commissioner and a prosecutor, roles that pretended to be the prisoners, who falsely told him that he had been chatting with a minor and that he should send them money to avoid being arrested.

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