The body of a woman who authorities believe could be that of the tourist that went missing last week was found Monday afternoon in San Antonio de Escazú.
The finding was made by trained dogs in search of human remains of the Organismo de Investigación Judicial (OIJ), about 80 meters from the villa in which the U.S. / Venezuelan tourist, Carla Stefaniak, 36, who has been missing since November 28, was staying.
Wálter Espinoza Espinoza, director of the OIJ, added that in the room occupied by the woman they found traces of blood, but did not give details.
However, Espinoza clarified that, at the moment, it cannot be confirmed that it is Stefaniak, waiting on the autopsy and physical recognition.
“Since November 28, the OIJ has carried out proceedings