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Interpol Alert Sought for Suspect of Murdered Teacher (Diosila Martinez) from Puerto Armuelles

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This is a very sad case. The victim was the mother of a 3 year old child who was found wandering in the street at the time her mother disappeared. They had left their home in Bugaba together a short time earlier.

Interpol Alert Sought for Suspect of Murdered Teacher

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The Public Ministry and the direction of Judicial Investigation (DIJ) of the National Police, announced that they have requested an Interpol Red Alert in order to capture the main suspect in the recent death of teacher Diosila Martinez who, it is presumed, may appear in Costa Rica.

Captain Teruo Avila, of the DIJ, assured that that the request made to the International Police is based on data collected by the Public Ministry, in that the investigations pointed to a person, in this case a Panamanian approximately 38 years, who allegedly maintained a relationship with the murdered teacher.

The physical education teacher at the Secondary School in Puerto Armuelles disappeared on November 12th.

After three weeks of searching her lifeless body was found last Monday in a clandestine grave located on a private estate in the community of Salitral, in the district of Santa Clara, district of Renacimiento.

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Roberto Moreno es la persona con alerta roja en el sitio web de la Interpol.


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Interpol grab suspect in teacher killing

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A  PANAMA maths teacher,  the prime suspect in the death of physical education teacher  and single mother Diosila Martínez Villareal, 41  has been captured in Costa Rica by Interpol and undercover agents of Panama’s  Judicial Investigation Agency (DIJ)

Roberto Moreno Grajales, 39, was captured in  Palma de Puerto Jiménez, in the South of Costa Rica.  He had

arrived in the community on Saturday morning in the company of a woman, according to neighbors in the area reports El Siglo. Witnesses said that Moreno arrived looking for a cabin, had breakfast and then was arrested.

Moreno was placed under the orders of the Criminal Court of the First Judicial Circuit of San José, , to coordinate his extradition.with the Panamanian authorities.

Yesterday, in a Tuesday, February 6  television interview in Costa Rica, Michael Soto Rojas of the DIJ, revealed that Moreno used the false identity, and was engaged in agriculture and did odd jobs and apparently received financial assistance from family members in both Panama and Costa Rica, Soto said.



Grajales was wanted by the Homicide Prosecutor’s Office of Chiriqui, allegedly linked to the case of the death of Villarreal who disappeared in Bugaba on November 11, 2016.

Her battered body was found buried on December 5, 2016, on a farm owned by Moreno’s mother, in the community of Salitral, in the district of Renacimiento, Chiriquí. The authorities offered $15,000 reward for information leading to Moreno’s arrest.



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