Interpol seeks woman fled to US after taxi driver’s murder

Dominican Today on May 25, 2012 released the following:

Written by: BASTA

“NEW YORK.- Interpol and other law enforcement agencies in the United States, actively look for the Dominican Miguelina Velázquez, accused in the strangling death of the taxi driver Benito Villot Wehibede 46, in Santiago, where his body was found inside his vehicle parked in a street.

Dominican investigators say Velazquez fled to the US earlier, which this week prompted a Justice Ministry request for Interpol’s collaboration to track down fugitive.

The National Police has yet to determine the motive thus far and hasn’t provided further details on the May 9 murder.”


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