Police look for 2 who gunned down Juan Dolio businessman
DominicanToday.com - Police investigators pursue two hooded gunmen who shot and killed the business leader Juan Miguel Saurina Barceló,  52 and injured his domestic Aracelis Silvestre, 40, Sunday night, after breaking into his villa in Juan Dolio, San Pedro (east),  where they took money and jewelry.

It said Barcelo died in the Clinica de Leon, in San Pedro, from several bullet wounds in different parts of the body, whereas Silvestre recovers from two gunshots.

The Police said more than 15 people have been questioned in the case so far, while crime scene investigators are on site gathering evidence.

Barcelo’s girlfriend Yudelka Rondon, 32, said the hooded men broke into the residence though a back door and once inside demanded that her boyfriend open the safe, who was shot when he refused.

Barcelo ran a successful real estate business spcializing in beachfront property.

Go back | Date: 10 Nov 2010
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