María Gámez congratulates the investigators of the case of Manuela Chavero: "I appreciate the work you have done, it is a way of being of the Civil Guard, and that is that cases are not abandoned, they are teamwork and have the strength of the Corps"
The General Director congratulated the Civil Guard personnel who have worked tirelessly during the last 4 years in solving the case of the disappearance of Manuela Chavero in Monesterio (Badajoz)
Members of the Central Operational Unit, the Badajoz Command, the Criminalistics Service and the Technical Unit of the Judicial Police have worked in this investigation.
The General Director of the Civil Guard, María Gámez, has met with a representation of the different units of the Corps that have participated in the investigation of the disappearance of Manuela Chavero in Monesterio (Badajoz) on July 15, 2016.
The researchers have explained to the Director General the different phases of the investigation throughout these 4 years, the culmination of which has been possible thanks to the creation of a multidisciplinary group that has worked tirelessly, without rest during all this time.
María Gámez has congratulated them for their excellent work, although as in these cases, there is a bittersweet taste that the outcome was not as desired and we have to regret not having found her alive.
“I want you to know that I greatly appreciate all the effort you have made, it is a way of being of the Civil Guard, and that is that cases are not abandoned, cases are teamwork and have all the strength of the Civil Guard. That is why this work has the strength of this great Body ”.
“It has been an impressive job that has to give you great professional and personal satisfaction, especially because Manuela Chavero's own family has thanked you even publicly, and that is very valuable because you have spent many hours with them and you know of their suffering and they know of your tenacity. Therefore, it is time to recover all those hours of sleep, of intense work that has paid off and that has once again demonstrated that the Civil Guard is always there and never abandons a case, no matter what happens ”.
This investigation, which has concluded with the arrest of a 28-year-old man from the town, has been carried out by the Homicide, Kidnapping and Extortion Section of the Central Operational Unit (UCO), together with the Organic Police Unit Judicial Office of the Comandancia de Badajoz, with the participation of the Central Team of Eye Inspections (Ecio) of the Criminalistics Service and the Criminal Behavior Analysis Group of the Technical Unit of the Judicial Police of the Civil Guard, being directed by the Court of Instruction number 1 of Zafra (Badajoz).