The Civil Guard is investigating as a possible case of homicide or murder the violent deaths of a 38-year-old pregnant woman, a native of Torredelcampo (Jaén), and her three-year-old son whose lifeless bodies were located on the morning of this past Saturday in a chalet in the town of Las Gabias (Granada), some crimes for which up to now no arrests have been made, according to sources from the Armed Institute have detailed to Europa Press.
The voice of alarm was given by a person around 9:10 am on Saturday who called the 112 service of the Balearic Islands, identifying himself as the victim's partner and alerting them to an alleged robbery at the home, located on Arache street, in the Los Chopos urbanization of this Granada municipality. Civil Guard, Local Police and Firefighters moved to the place, who found the lifeless bodies of the pregnant woman and her son inside the house.
The Government delegate in Andalusia, Pedro Fernández, has confirmed in statements to journalists that these were "violent" deaths and all the lines of investigation and the "hypotheses are "open", and even the Judicial Police of the Central Police Station is traveling to Granada at the moment to collaborate with the Civil Guard Command of Granada in the investigation of this "tragic and terrible event".
For the clarification of the facts, the results of the autopsies carried out on the corpses at the Institute of Legal Medicine, as well as the scientific investigation at the home itself, "where there are traces of blood" that confirm these "violent" deaths, will be "key". "of which up to now no more data have been disclosed in accordance with the "prudence" that this type of case requires to "corner the author or authors" of this "tragic event".
The origin of the fire that finally did not set fire to the home and what connection it may or may not have with the crimes is also being investigated.