La Quebrada de San Lorenzo, has become a 'macabre' point of interest for visitors to the province of Salta. Hikers come to the viewpoint where on Friday July 29 were found the bodies of French tourists and Houria Cassandre Moumni Bouvier, and some people even take pictures at the scene.
Police have found new clues that could lead to the perpetrators of the rape and murder of two French tourists who had traveled to jump for its attractive scenery and customs of its inhabitants.
In two simultaneous operations, agents found the camera one of the victims , as well as a cell phone, memory full messages.
At 2.30 am, the officers came up with a 22 caliber gun and ballistics tests would determine whether or not the murder weapon.
The murderers counted passive accomplices
The tracks were obtained after the arrest of six new suspects , which include Frederick Canizares, an aspiring policeman and his sister Maria Fernanda, both sons of a local police commissioner. It is presumed that the brothers had had dealings with two students from the Sorbonne, shortly before the murder.
Those responsible for the investigation have not released the identity of the other four suspects . Did not reveal whether among those arrested was the perpetrator may or accessories.
The coroner, Martin Perez, said "the evidence collected to date guide to the hypothesis that more closed." That is, the murderers have a network ofpassive accomplices who tried to erase the tracks and even divert the investigation to other suspects.
The person administering the Hostal del Cerro, where the tourists were staying, vanished without trace and is suspected to have left the country could.
This is Maria Rosa Gomez Millet , Spanish 50 years based in Salta since 2009. The owner of the hostel, Maria Eugenia Echenique, told the 'Profile' that if his tenant had alerted the police, finding that the tenant did not return from his last start, he would probably have prevented the tragic outcome.
Rosa Maria is presumed that could have seen the tourists who cameand his testimony would have given the key to solving the case. "It was inexcusable negligence because you can not play with people's lives. The moral damage all this is huge. I drove the hostel for ten years and never had a complaint," wailed Maria Eugenia Echenique.