Young man disappeared in Santa Fe was found dead
Santa Fe, September 2, 2011
A 19-year-old boy, who was missing since Aug. 11, appeared dead in the town of Casilda, Santa Fe.
Maximiliano Storani, 19, was searched intensively for his family and by misfortune the outcome was the most feared: the boy’s body was found dead in a vacant lot boundary to a workshop.
The owner of that workshop was the person who gave notice of the body. The man had crossed the boundary area because he had noticed a lump that was covered with leaves and branches.
After giving notice to the municipality to a special number that was willing to provide information on the whereabouts of Maximiliano, the family arrived at the site, Judge Silvia Nogueras and police chief of the province, Osvaldo Toledo.
According to the first skills, death would have occurred several days ago showing the decomposition of remains. They added they could also see some damage on the tissues probably as a result of vermin.
Following the discovery, police are in sight, because they said that the boy had been seen in a town near Casilda, implying that he had left home by himself.