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Colombia: Reward for those who burned a woman alive to death

Clara Luz Roldan, the governor of Valle, rejected this fact and offered a millionaire reward for information leading to the crime, which could be classified as murder of a woman.

Authorities in Valle del Cauca have offered 100 million rewards for information leading to the murder of young Tiffany Arias Trujillo, who was burned alive in Yambo.

Clara Luz Roldan, the governor of Valle, rejected this fact and offered a millionaire reward for information leading to the crime, which could be classified as murder of a woman.

“We offer $ 100 million to anyone who tells us who was behind this crime, these bandits who abused a woman in this way, which hurts us like all the violent situations that took place in the valley,” the president said.

Valle del Cauca was rocked by the horrific crime of 20-year-old Tiffany Arias Trujillo. The case was registered on Sunday morning when his body was found abandoned in a wooded area of ​​the Fray Pena neighborhood of Yambo Municipality in a section known as the butchery. 70% of the young woman’s body was found with bruises and burns.

The woman was first treated by firefighters who took her to a health center in Yambo, but due to the severity of her injuries, she died in the afternoon.

“This case of Tiffany’s touched my heart because I believe that a woman has no right to be treated this way and I know that all the rewards have brought us results,” the president added.

According to the Metropolitan Police, no complaint has been received as to whether the young woman was threatened or subjected to a previous assault. What CTI investigators were able to establish was that the woman was tortured the day before she died.

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The state prosecutor’s office has already arrested two people involved in the crime and is conducting an investigation with a warrant control judge.

Tiffany Arias has five court records for murder, domestic violence and personal injury.

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