A Mexican woman flew to Peru to explore a romantic relationship with a medical student she met online; however, her remains were subsequently discovered on a beach, and he is now accused of harvesting her organs.
The Independent said that Blanca Arellano, 51, told her family in late July that she was traveling 3,000 miles to Huacho to meet Juan Pablo Jess Villafuerte, 31, a medical student with whom she had an extensive internet relationship.
The infatuated woman told her niece Karla Arellano on November 7 that her budding romance was doing well, but she ceased contacting with her family afterward.
Karla tweeted on November 12: “I never imagined I would be in this situation, but today I’m asking for your help to spread this post and locate one of the most loved and important people in my life.”
“My aunt Blanca Olivia Arellano Gutiérrez vanished in Peru on November 7.” We worry for her life,” the speaker continued.
Karla stated that she felt frightened when Villafuerte informed her that Bianca was returning to Mexico after the breakup.
She wrote, “I decided to communicate with Juan P because he was her only contact in that country, and that’s when our fear was triggered.”
According to Villafuerte, Bianca decided to return home after informing him, “I couldn’t give her the life she desired.”
Authorities in Peru discovered a severed finger with a silver ring still attached on a local beach on November 10.
In the days that followed, a faceless head, an arm, and a torso with all the internal organs removed were also discovered.
The Independent reports that the distraught family matched the ring to their missing loved one.
The arrest warrant for Villafuerte was issued on November 17, the news source stated, citing Latin Noticias. Villafuerte was accused of trafficking in human organs.
El Popular reported that immediately after Blanca’s abduction, the suspect began posting films on TikTok in which he allegedly dissected human parts, including a pancreas and a brain.
During a check of Villafuerte’s residence, authorities discovered blood in the bathroom, the laundry room, and on his mattress, according to The Independent and El Pais.
“There are no words to describe what we are experiencing,” tweeted Karle on Wednesday. My aunt was a kind, warm, clever, devoted, and loving person, and that is how she should be remembered.
She continued, “We believe in Peruvian law and have complete faith in the authorities to implement it, as they have done an excellent job thus far.” “It is time to raise your voice and demand #JusticeParaBlanca.”
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