MADRID, 5 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The National Police has released the man who had gone to the police station in the case of the woman who was stabbed to death on Saturday in the middle of the street in Getafe after finding no connection with what happened.
After taking his statement, it was found that he did not recognize the facts and had an alibi, as police sources have indicated to Europa Press. Various investigations are currently being carried out to determine authorship.
Gender violence is still among the main lines that the Police handle in the case, as investigation sources have indicated to Europa Press. If confirmed, she would be the 52nd victim of sexist violence in Spain.
It was the mayor of Getafe, Sara Hernández, who confirmed this arrest early this Sunday. In addition, the councilor conveyed her desire that Justice "clarifies this terrible event" and that "the forceful and necessary measures" be taken. The Getafe City Council has called a rally this Monday to condemn what happened at 6 p.m. in the Plaza de la Constitución.
Municipal sources have indicated that the woman was not registered in Getafe (which does not indicate that she did not live in the municipality) and that she does not have a file in the Center for Women and Equality or in Social Services.
The attack occurred on Arcas del Agua Avenue in the city, at number 15, on the corner of Cronos Street, around 1:40 p.m. on Saturday. Members of the National Police, Getafe Local Police, as well as Summa 112 paramedics traveled to the scene.
Once there, the doctors tried to reverse the cardiorespiratory arrest suffered by the victim with advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation maneuvers, although these did not work and the Summa 112 staff ended up confirming the death of the victim.