The Civil Guard of Baiona is looking for an agent of the force, and a colleague from the same barracks, as the alleged perpetrator of the murder with a firearm of his ex-partner, Vanesa SP, of whom, according to sources from the armed institute, he had a restraining order from 300 meters issued by a gender violence court. The 44-year-old victim was a cleaner at Camping O Muíño, a facility located on the edge of the sea, next to the road that connects Baiona with A Guarda, following the coastline to Portugal, in the south of the province of Pontevedra. . At the time of the shooting, there were campers at the scene, also minors. The crime occurred at the entrance to the campsite, where the alleged murderer attacked his victim at the beginning of the afternoon shift.
The events took place before 4:10 p.m. this Saturday, when an eyewitness phoned the 112 emergency service to report an altercation at the campsite. The Civil Guard and the Autonomous Police approached the place, who consider the alleged perpetrator of the shot that took the life of the worker fully identified. The case joins those of the other 20 women who have been murdered so far this year by their partners or ex-partners, and it is the second in Galicia. Since the count began officialin 2003, there are already 1,204 victims.
The victim, a native of Lugo, had been working at the campsite for a short time. It is a rugged area, with cliffs, open sea and breakwaters, which usually has little influx of people during the week but is very popular on Saturdays and holidays. In addition to being the highway from the coast to Portugal, it is also the route of the Camino Portugués de Santiago, and pilgrims constantly pass through the place at this time of year. O Muíño is well known among campers because a windmill stands out on the grounds. This environment with mountains that fall almost directly on the rocks of the sea is the place where the Civil Guard is now deployed to try to locate the alleged murderer of Vanesa.
Telephone 016 attends to victims of sexist violence, their families and those around them 24 hours a day, every day of the year, in 52 different languages. The number is not registered on the telephone bill, but the call must be deleted from the device. You can also contact via email [email protected] and by WhatsApp at number 600 000 016. Minors can contact the ANAR Foundation phone number 900 20 20 10. If it is an emergency situation, you can call 112 or the National Police (091) and the Civil Guard (062). And if you cannot call, you can use the ALERTCOPS application, from which an alert signal is sent to the Police with geolocation.
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