A COLOMBIAN DJ has been discovered lifeless inside a suitcase at a dumpster as cops search out her suspect boyfriend.
The physique of Valentina Trespalacios, 23, was discovered inside the bags in Fontibon, Bogota, on January 22.
The DJ’s American boyfriend John Poulos is being hunted by cops in Colombia[/caption]
Police consider she was throttled after an post-mortem discovered deep grooves in her neck, which may have been brought on by strangulation.
The prime suspect is Valentina’s boyfriend, 35-year-old American John Poulos, in accordance with native stories.
He has been lacking since cops made the stunning discovery and he has additionally deleted his social media accounts.
He had been courting the favored DJ, who has nearly 16,000 followers on Instagram.
The invention was made when a person noticed the suitcase in a dumpster.
However when he opened it, he was horrified to seek out the younger girl’s physique folded up inside and referred to as police.
Throughout an inspection of the scene, investigators discovered private gadgets belonging to the DJ subsequent to her physique.
These included a scholar ID issued by Uninpahu College, the place Valentina was reportedly finding out commerce and world enterprise know-how.
Post-mortem outcomes confirmed that she had a “stress groove within the hyoid area” however no different seen indicators of violence.
Police Lieutenant Colonel Camilo Torres informed native media: “Work is being carried out with safety cameras within the space to determine the alleged perpetrators.”
In accordance with stories, Valentina had gone to a celebration with Poulos.
The American had allegedly travelled from his dwelling to the Colombian capital to suggest to her.
Police at the moment are making an attempt to substantiate if he has fled the nation.
Grieving uncle Carlos Trespalacios mentioned of his niece: “She was a nationwide and worldwide DJ with an incredible future, she was employed by the perfect golf equipment in Bogota and the nation and she or he additionally had the chance to go to different South American nations.”