The disappearance of the Aguilar girls 30 years ago will remain unsolved

The Court of First Instance and Instruction number 2 of the Palencia town of Cervera de Pisuerga has ordered the provisional dismissal of the investigation into the disappearance of Manuela Torres and Virginia Guerrero, who were last seen alive on April 14, 1992, in Reinosa (Cantabria), when they were hitchhiking to return to Aguilar de Campoo, where they lived.

The disappearance of the Aguilar girls 30 years ago will remain unsolved

The Court of First Instance and Instruction number 2 of the Palencia town of Cervera de Pisuerga has ordered the provisional dismissal of the investigation into the disappearance of Manuela Torres and Virginia Guerrero, who were last seen alive on April 14, 1992, in Reinosa (Cantabria), when they were hitchhiking to return to Aguilar de Campoo, where they lived.

The provisional dismissal is a declaration of judicial will that puts an end to the process on an interim basis, due to lack of the necessary budgets to decree the opening of the oral trial. In this case, since the author or authors of the disappearance of the minors were not found, there are not sufficient reasons to accuse someone.

That day, the minors, aged 13 and 14 at the time, traveled to Reinosa in the early afternoon, from the town of Aguilar de Campoo, where they lived.

In Cantabria they were seen in a nightclub, in Cupid Park and, later, at the biscuit factory, where they hitchhiked. According to eyewitnesses, late in the afternoon, both got into a white or light colored SEAT 127 vehicle, and that was the last news they had of them.

The Judicial Police of Palencia has "profusely analyzed" the content of the three lines of investigation and three people have been investigated, J.A.C.S, E.S.S.F and P.C.G.

J.A.C.S. was investigated as a result of the similarities presented by the complaint made by a woman, Y.G.S, recently, who reported that in 1991, together with a friend, when both were minors, they also got into a white Seat 127, in the same area where the girls disappeared, and that the driver tried to turn off the road, for which he had to grab the steering wheel to steer the vehicle to the ditch and be able to abandon it and flee.

According to the Cervera Court, none of the police or judicial procedures carried out has given a positive result that "minimally" leads or could indirectly lead to thinking of an involvement of J.A.C.S. in the disappearance of the two minors. The same conclusions are reached in relation to E.S.S.F, which was the main suspect on the date the disappearance of the minors took place, and in relation to P.C.G.

For this reason, the Cervera Court agrees to the provisional dismissal of the proceedings as there is no known perpetrator in the perpetration of the events that led to the disappearance of the minors.

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