04/20/2021 9:49 AM
Updated 04/20/2021 10:29
The couple is well known in Los Toldos, where they have lived together for a few months, that is why the town, whose head is General Viamonte, is moved by the situation: no one has known about
Analía Bustamante (40) and Samuel Llanos (49)
from the Saturday, when they were last seen in a shop.
She is a well known hairdresser and he owns a gym.
During the first hours of this Tuesday, Buenos Aires police found a body on the side of a local road, in the direction of San Emilio, about 20 kilometers from Los Toldos.
As confirmed by Victor Amante, Secretary for Institutional Relations of General Viamonte,
there were no reports of violence from Maldonado towards Llanos
, although there were "from previous partners of the man, but we still do not have the details or in what situations they occurred."
That data, added to another one provided by some witnesses, could be the key to the case, since several said that a strong discussion was heard "on Saturday night or Sunday morning" in the house they shared.
Analía Maldonado and Samuel Llanos had lived together for a year and would have had a fight before disappearing.
It was Analía's father, Juan Carlos Maldonado, who made the complaint and a case was opened for
carried out by the UFI 5 of the Junín judicial department.
According to the local
, the couple was driving in Llanos's car, a white Nissan patent ITA 913.
Another neighbor said he had seen Llanos leave the house
he shared with Analía, in Moreno at 700, alone. who saw that vehicle leave the town, located 50 kilometers south of Junín, on Route 65 in the direction of Nueve de Julio.
This Monday there was a demonstration that passed in front of the Llanos gym, went to the Women's Police Station and ended in front of the local police station.
Both of their phones are off.
And the description that was given of Analía is that she is thin, 1.60 meters tall, light eyes, long blond hair.
While Llanos is robust, 1.70 meters tall, with short black hair.
It was not possible to identify what clothes they were wearing when they disappeared.