Lifeless body of missing ONCE saleswoman discovered in Spain

Lifeless body of missing ONCE saleswoman discovered in Spain Credit: SOSDesaparecidos

Lifeless body of missing ONCE saleswoman discovered in Spain’s Albecete.

Shockingly the lifeless body of a missing ONCE saleswoman was discovered after she went missing on Thursday, August 19. Officers from the National police discovered the body of Maria Isabel de la Rosa Cozar at a house in Albacete. They have now arrested one man in connection with the incident.

An investigation has been opened into the death according to the Government Delegation in Castilla-La Mancha speaking to Efe. The investigation hopes to clarify many facts and it has been placed under a secret summary.

According to witnesses who have been closely following the police operation, the man is his 50s. The witnesses have been watching the investigation unfold in Estrella street in Albacete.

As reported 20 minutes, “Many neighbours have gathered at the door of the house where the lifeless body of the ONCE saleswoman, a 44-year-old woman who was being sought by the National Police and by family and friends, was found.”

The sub-delegate of the Government in Albacete, Miguel Juan Espinosa, along with numerous police officers have been spotted at the house.

A missing persons alarm was raised by the SOSDesaparecidos Association on Saturday as the woman had not been seen since August 19.

In other Spanish news, Spain denied protection to six out of ten asylum seekers in 2020.

Many people are fleeing Afghanistan and Taliban rule and Spain has now become the logistical reception centre for people who have fled, and are heading to Europe and the United States. Spain has offered up both the Moron de la Frontera base in Seville and the Torrejon de Ardoz base in Madrid. The bases will allow arrivals to be coordinated and the move has earned Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez much praise from Europe and also his first telephone conversation with American president Joe Biden.

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Alex Glenn

Originally from the UK, Alex is based in Almeria and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]


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