A man was found dead at the door of a house in the Oasis Extension human settlement, in the district of Villa El Salvador, the afternoon of this Friday. The victim was identified as Miguel Soto Blanco, a father of a family who was a shoemaker.

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According to the mother of the victim at 24 Hours, Soto had been receiving threats. “Yesterday he left without a cell phone, with nothing. It’s as if someone had called him and picked him up. The only thing I know is that he received threats ”, Indian.

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Likewise, Miguel Soto’s sister revealed that they are targeting two subjects who would be responsible for this crime. “We have two names. My brother always told us that if anything happened to him, we would go against those people. We do not want to say the names now so as not to expose ourselves, but we are going to proceed legally”, He assured.

The mortal victim orphans his 18-year-old son. “(My son) has no partner. Who will see for (your child). I am an old person, he was my livelihood. He bought me my pills, he took me to my therapies”, Said Miguel Soto’s mother.

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It was learned that near the area where the events occurred there are two security cameras that would have recorded the last moments of the deceased. Crime is a matter of investigation.



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