It would be Jackson Enrique Arriaga Parra, a Venezuelan from Los Teques, in the state of Miranda, who lived with her mother in Las Virtudes, Tulio Febres Cordero municipality, from where she moved to Colombia to look for work, reported RCN Radio.
The young man would have a 3-year-old daughter and supposedly he worked as a coca raspachin with the other child murdered in Tibú, with which he would have decided to abandon that activity.
La Opinion agrees with this information, which also adds that the young man’s family would be asking for help to be able to repatriate the body and give it a proper burial.
Although this Tuesday it was said that the community had defended the boys to prevent them from attacking them while the police came to take them away, which did not happen, that newspaper indicates that they had posters hanging around their necks that said ‘thief’, and they were going to walk them through the streets before handing them over.
However, they would not have managed to go out with them, since those who arrived were the men who later murdered them.