The man was engaged in the manufacture of industrial gloves
A vehicle intercepted businessman Henry Acevedo this Sunday morning, just when he was at his father’s house, located towards the entrance of the border city.
The men who were on board the car, according to unofficial versions, forced him to get in and disappeared from the scene.
Not even a couple of hours had passed when Acevedo’s body was found by passers-by near the Virgen de Lourdes vial, in the Aguascalientes sector.
The body was shot. A few minutes after the discovery, officials from the Scientific, Penal and Criminal Investigations Corps (Cicpc), a delegation from Ureña, arrived to carry out the removal of the body.
The municipality’s Fire Department also went to the scene, but the person was already without vital signs. It is presumed that the mobile is due to a settling of accounts; however, we will have to wait for the result of the investigations by the authorities in charge.
After learning of the event, the La Nación reporting team consulted some neighbors, who specified that the citizen was a resident of the Las Brisas urbanization.
“He was dedicated, along with another brother, to the manufacture of industrial gloves,” highlighted one of the residents, who preferred not to be identified. “He was no more than 50 years old. This is very unfortunate,” he noted.
Acevedo, it was known, was a lover of cycling and other sports, which is why he was always ready to collaborate with the groups of ureñenses who make a living within this discipline.
Another of those consulted by La Nación was his fifth grade teacher at the Maximiliano Zambrano Duque school: “He was one of my first students I had at the institution, in the 1980s,” said the retired teacher.
“As a teacher, I rarely saw him again, after he finished his schooling, but I knew he was dedicated to making gloves,” he said while showing dismay at what happened.