Police tracing the route mother of missing boy took

by Deborah Cater
Police look for missing boy as trace mother's route

The National Police are trying to find out the route taken by the woman in Morón de la Frontera (Seville) last Sunday. The woman had her 15-year-old son, who is disabled, with her. She claims to have killed the missing boy and thrown his body in a container.

Sources indicated to media site Efe, it is key to discover the journey that the mother made with the child. They are using the geolocation on the mobile device the woman carried.

The investigation involves agents from Seville, Talavera de la Reina (where the woman spent Sunday night) and Madrid. In collaboration with the Civil Guard, these agencies are trying to verify the truth of the woman’s statements. She is now in a psychiatric centre in the province of Segovia. They are also taking statements from various witnesses.

Missing boy: Antonio David Barroso Díaz

The missing young man, Antonio David Barroso Díaz, suffers from a sensory disability. He was last with his mother on the night of Sunday the 12th in a hotel in Talavera de la Reina (Toledo). They left there before the receptionist arrived at 7:00 a.m.

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According to the father’s complaint, the child’s mother appeared disoriented last Sunday at a Segovia service station, located at kilometre 130 of the A-1. She suffers from mental illness.

The woman received treatment from health workers to whom she confessed. She said that she had killed her disabled son and thrown his body in a container in Madrid.

Priority is to locate the boy

According to police sources, the priority of the investigations is to locate the boy. Accordingly, investigations are underway in Talavera de la Reina, Segovia and Andalucia. Meanwhile, police officers conducted a search of the Morón de la Frontera family home where they verified that it had been emptied of furniture.

Investigators are considering various hypotheses. They have searched various containers in the Xanadú area in Arroyomolinos (Madrid) in case the woman’s confession is true.

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