In the early hours of this Tuesday, the Ministerial Police of Minititlan, Veracruz, searched for and found the charred corpse of a man believed to be the mortal remains of an employee of the Pemex-Minititlan refinery, María del Pilar Pineda.
The human remains, wrapped in sheets and garbage bags, were thrown among garbage that would be dumped at the Las Matas garbage dump located on the Kotza-Mina highway in Kosolec Municipality.
The last straw is that the police arrested one of his sons when he tried to flee the city in an ADO line bus, as the terminal is very close to him.
The crime scene could have been in the same house as Pilar’s son, located on Agustín Lara street, known as Fernández street, between Ignacio Allende and Agustín de Iturbide streets, in the city center.
According to reports from Pilar Pineda’s siblings, she had been missing since December 24, when she had gone to visit her son for Christmas and where she could have spent New Year’s Eve with her entire family.
Twenty-four hours later, the whole family started looking for her through social networks, indicating that the last place she was seen was at her son’s house on Fernandez street, where garbage trucks deliver large packages of garbage every night. so that they go out of business and no one would suspect that it was a mother’s corpse, and even less so if her own son was throwing it away as garbage.
After finding evidence of a possible matricide, ministerial officials went to the municipal dump, after searching the son’s house and finding evidence through neighbors’ testimony, they proceeded to the Las Matas dump in Kosolička, where they were finally found. A wrapped corpse was found that was still inside the collection truck; From there they brought him down.
Pilar Pineda was a well-known figure among the community of oil workers who belong to Section 10 of Minatitlan, with whom she lived personally and through her social network, which has now become popular because everyone has followed her profile on Facebook. Searched on.