After five days of raking, police arrested Renzo Chidichimo (25), the man accused of murdering Rocío González (25) in Saladillo last Friday, near midnight, where he shot her seven times before escaping.
According to security sources from the Province of Buenos Aires to Clarín, Chidichimo was found about 30 kilometers from the city, in the area of Route 91 in the vicinity of Arroyo Las Flores. After the crime, witnesses said he got on a motorcycle and escaped to La Razon.
The motorcycle was found at the access of the fields "El Rosal" and "La Presumida", 4 kilometers from the Surveillance Post of La Razón. Police were raking the area.
The violent crime occurred in the town of Saladillo, in an alarm business located at 2800 Frocham Street. Chidichimo arrived at the premises outside his working hours and went directly to a room where security cameras are monitored.
There, at that time, Rocío was working with another employee, the spokesmen said. Without a word, Chidichimo drew a revolver and fired at least seven times in the direction of the woman, who was seriously wounded.
After the attack, the young man escaped, while the victim was transferred to the local sanatorium, where he died from the wounds caused by the shots received.
"It was seconds that the attack lasted. He went directly to achieve his mission," explained an investigator consulted by this agency.
Rocío had denounced Chidichimo twice for mistreatment, workplace harassment and psychological violence. Precautionary measures were taken on these complaints but were not effective.
Mariana González, the victim's aunt, provided more details of Rocío's ordeal. And she revealed a chilling episode that occurred just days before the femicide, when Chidichimo threatened her: "Enjoy because you have little left."
"This killer was obsessed with her, he had everything premeditated," she told TN. According to her account, Rocío had planned to go to court again to report the new threat from her co-worker, but she did not give it in time. "He went straight to kill her, he didn't even have time to press the panic button," he said.
"Justice gave this man enough time to buy the gun, have possession and kill my niece," he lamented.
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