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Missing pregnant: boyfriend investigated for murder

2023-05-31T19:41:34.284Z

Highlights: Alessandro Impagnatiello, the 30-year-old boyfriend of Giulia Tramontano, is being investigated for voluntary and aggravated murder. In that whatsapp the young woman, originally from the province of Naples, told her friend that she felt very shaken and upset after a quarrel with her partner, with whom she lives. In these three days through the transmission 'Chi l'ha visto?' and the Penelope association, numerous appeals have been relaunched via social media to find Giulia.


The quarrel with the man and the discovery of an affair with another woman, who also became pregnant. The last messages Saturday evening (ANSA)


Alessandro Impagnatiello, the 30-year-old boyfriend of Giulia Tramontano, the 29-year-old 7-month-pregnant woman who disappeared between Saturday evening and Sunday morning from her home in Senago, in Milan, is being investigated for voluntary and aggravated murder. We learn this from qualified sources. The man in the late afternoon would have received a guarantee information.

Giulia Tramontano's research will be concentrated in the coming hours, starting from 19 pm onwards, in a more limited area. In particular, also with the help of molecular dogs, the searches of the carabinieri, firefighters and civil protection, already taken in recent days in activation of the search plan for missing persons, will be targeted in an area, also wooded, near a baseball field in Senago, not far, about 1.5-2 kilometers, from the house where the young woman lives with her boyfriend.

A message sent to a friend, around 21 pm on Saturday evening, is the last trace on which the Milan Public Prosecutor's Office and the carabinieri are working relentlessly, even with incessant searches in the countryside around Senago, on the disappearance of 29-year-old Giulia Tramontano, 7 months pregnant, of which officially there has been no news since last Sunday, when her boyfriend reported her missing. In that whatsapp the young woman, originally from the province of Naples, with a job in the real estate sector, in particular in the management of high-level apartments, and who has been living in the town north of Milan for five years, told her friend that she felt very shaken and upset after a quarrel with her partner, with whom she lives.

Boyfriend with whom relations, it seems, had suddenly cracked in those hours for the suspicion of another woman in his life. In the investigation, which was opened by the deputy prosecutor Letizia Mannella and the prosecutor Alessia Menegazzo, conducted by the carabinieri of the Investigative Unit of Milan and the Compagnia di Rho, all the hypotheses are being examined, starting from some inconsistencies in the versions in the documents. It investigates at a fast pace, with the acquisition of cameras around the couple's house and not only and with the hearing of witnesses, on a story that could have ended tragically. The boyfriend, 30, said in his complaint that he went to work Sunday morning (he is a barman in a luxury hotel in Milan), returned in the afternoon and did not find her at home. Hence, according to his version, the decision to alert the police. The mother of the 29-year-old, who lives in Naples, was immediately worried, however, that morning, because her daughter had not called her, as she usually did.

Today, meanwhile, throughout the day in Senago and in the surrounding areas the searches of the carabinieri went on, with the help of the fire brigade and the Civil Protection. In the house, from what has been learned, the woman's passport and ATM were not found. And neither was his phone, which would have been inactive since late Saturday evening. When her mother tried to call her on Sunday, she was turned off. For the family, the young woman would have had no reason to disappear into thin air voluntarily. In these three days through the transmission 'Chi l'ha visto?' and the Penelope association, which deals with missing persons, numerous appeals have been relaunched via social media to find Giulia, but all the reports received have had no concrete effect. "The last contact with the family dates back to the evening of Saturday, May 27," the family wrote. Sister Chiara today posted another photograph of Giulia on the shoreline of the sea. "She had this baby bump a month ago - she wrote in reference to the photo - now it's even bigger! If the girl you see does not have a baby bump, it is evident that it is not Giulia. If Giulia has her arms uncovered, this tattoo is the most characteristic sign she has".

In a new post on social media, the sister writes: "If we have not yet found Giulia it is because I have not done enough. I ask you to make one more effort." And also: "We are looking for Giulia. Stop. We don't investigate, we don't accuse, we don't create stories. Please do the same." "I ask you the courtesy - reads the message - to circulate only our appeals, only the one authorized by us family members".

Source: ansa

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