Policía de Brasil: hallan restos de periodista británico

La policía federal dice que algunos de los restos humanos hallados en las profundidades del Amazonas brasileño han sido identificados como pertenecientes al periodista británico Dom Phillips

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La policía federal dijo el viernes que algunos de los restos humanos encontrados en las profundidades del Amazonas brasileño han sido identificados como pertenecientes al periodista británico Dom Phillips.

Los restos de dos personas fueron hallados el miércoles cerca de la ciudad de Atalaia do Norte después de que el pescador Amarildo da Costa de Oliveira, de 41 años, apodado Pelado, confesara que mató a Phillips, de 57 años, y al experto indigenista brasileño Bruno Pereira, de 41.

Les dijo a los oficiales que usó un arma de fuego para cometer el crimen y llevó a la policía a un lugar en el bosque remoto para localizar los restos.

La policía anunció la identificación forense de los restos de Phillips en un comunicado. Todavía no han identificado los restos de Pereira.

El descubrimiento puso fin a más de una semana de búsqueda de los dos hombres desaparecidos.

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