Colombian DJ is found dead in a suitcase after going out with her boyfriend


Santo Domingo, DR.

The confusing death of the Colombian DJ Valentina Trespalacios has caused great consternation among her followers and relatives, after she was found dismembered.

Valentina Trespalacios Hidalgo, At just 21 years old, she was found dismembered inside a suitcase on January 22 in the Los Cámbulos neighborhood.Fontibon, Bogota, Colombia.

According to her relatives, the young DJ was well-known in Colombia, she had been working as a music mixer for about four years and kept traveling around the country to give presentations in which she was hired.

Carlos Trespalacios, who is Valentina’s uncle, said in an interview with Blu Radio that the young woman had gone out to “party” with her North American fiancé on Friday, January 20, and that she was seen sharing posts through her WhatsApp with him in a disco.

In a video released on social networks, Trespalacios can be seen with her fiancé while they are traveling in a vehicle.

The family sees her fiancé as the main suspectof whom they only disclosed that he is a Native American.

According to the uncle of the deceased, the family has not heard from him and they want him to appear and tell the relatives his version of the events.

Sources reported that Valentina’s fiancé would have left Colombia and also deleted his social networks.

“There is no doubt that they were both sharing, we want him to appear, show his face, give his version, where he left it and what happened to it,” added the deceased’s uncle.

Regarding the relationship between Valentina and her fiancé, this account was normal and they had been together for a year.

He also asked the Bogotá authorities to take the matter seriously and capture the person responsible for the death of his niece.

For his part, the Bogota Metropolitan Police (Mebog) reported that it works together with the Colombian Attorney General’s Office to search for material elements of evidence and information to find those or the person responsible for Valentina’s death.

Mebog’s general, Carlos Fernando Triana, expressed through a video that the institution repudiates and rejects the act committed against the 21-year-old DJ.

“We are going with all the institutional capacity to manage to locate and capture that person or those people who committed this crime,” said Triana.

The Bogotá Security Secretariat communicated through its Twitter account that in collaboration with the prosecutor’s office and the police they seek to clarify the death of Trespalacios and as a reward they are offering an amount of 20 million Colombian pesos for information that allows them to find those responsible. .

“Together with @FiscaliaCol and @PoliciaBogota, investigations are being carried out to clarify the death of Valentina Trespalacios. A $20 million reward is being offered for information leading to the finding of those responsible. Our deepest condolences to her relatives, ”the secretary reported on Twitter.

Beside @FiscaliaCol Y @PoliceBogota Investigations are underway to clarify the death of Valentina Trespalacios.

A $20 million reward is being offered for information leading to the finding of those responsible.

Our deepest condolences to his family. pic.twitter.com/0SZyookzGD

– BOG Security Secretariat (@SeguridadBOG) January 23, 2023

As reported by Valentina’s brother on his Instagram account, Daniel Trespalacios, the DJ will be buried next Thursday, January 26 at two in the afternoon.





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