Family members of Janet Avalo Álvarez (Inrandy), 26, missing since last November 12, confirmed Tuesday that her family's lifeless body was found on the side of a road near a logging forest in the state of Connecticut .
According to those close to the young woman of Dominican origin, on Tuesday night the authorities notified them of the discovery of the body of a woman with the characteristics of Janet, in the vicinity of a logging forest in a suburb of Wolcott, a few miles from distance from the “Lounge Lounge Guakara Latina”, of which he was co-owner, along with his boyfriend Alfredo Esmeril Peguero Gómez, the last person to see her alive, according to police data.
Although Waterbury police chief Fred Spagnola told local media last night that the official identification of the body will take some time, as well as the cause of death, a cousin of the disappeared confirmed the information.RELATED
“God the father, the body is from Irandy; It is confirmed. I told Isa when she called me, ”said the cousin through a message.
The audio message adds: “That is the body. Family members are on their way to identify her, but the police have already confirmed that it was her… ok? ”
One of the main suspects of the fact is Peguero Gómez, the woman's boyfriend. After he was interviewed by the authorities, it is suspected that he left for the Dominican Republic and could be specifically in the Los Minas sector, where he is from.
The man has been declared by the US authorities as a person of interest for the investigation.
Janet's brother, Randy Avalo, told FOX News 61 on the phone that he and his family would never suspect that the boyfriend would do something wrong to his sister.
"He was always close to us and we hope he will come back," Randy said.
The police chief explained that the mayor and officers of the Crime Scene Unit and forensic division experts worked on the scene, but the cause of death will be determined by the autopsy of the Waterbury Medical Examiner's Office.