Esther López's family, the 35-year-old woman whose lifeless body was found this Saturday after 25 days disappeared, has grateful this Sunday in an open letter the support received and has asked for respect to be able to "cry alone" the death of His daughter, at a time of "indescribable pain".
In the Misiva who signs Esther's father, Miguel López, on behalf of his wife, his daughter Inés and the rest of the family appreciates, all the support they have received from the town of transpinedo, the small locality Vallisoletana of just over 1,100 Inhabitants in which they live and in whose municipality the body was found.
He also appreciates the work of those who, disinterested, have participated in the beaters to locate Esther, and to work without a schedules of the Civil Guard to try to return to their daughter.
"We know they have done everything possible to bring us our daughter back and that, from now on, they will do everything possible to unravel the circumstances of his death and find, if there were, to those who have some responsibility as long as Esther has happened to you, "Collect the letter.
Miguel López has also valued the supports and messages of national, autonomous and local authorities after knowing the sad outcome of the disappearance of his daughter.
The Father of the Young man has said that now it is "moment of recollection", of "crying alone the death of his daughter who leaves them desolate and with an indescribable pain," so he explains that he will not give interviews or making statements to the media in the coming days.
"It's time for researchers and justice to do their work, and that I meet with my family to say goodbye to Esther in intimacy," concludes the letter.Date Of Update: 06 February 2022, 14:13