The search operation for Manuela Castillejo Calderón, the 67-year-old woman who disappeared on January 22 in Badajoz, continues this Wednesday, the 31st, in the area of the left bank of the Guadiana River, from the Canoeing Club to the Bridge . 25th of April. Citizen security agents, drones, the judicial police, smoke guides, and volunteers participated in it, according to sources from the National Police.
The delegate of the Government of Extremadura, José Luis Quintana, who visited the area this morning, told the media that no hypothesis has been rejected due to the lack of evidence since Manoli was last seen in the neighborhood of San Fernando.
José Luis Quintana, who was accompanied by the general director of Civil Protection and Emergencies of the central government, Virginia Barcones, and the new senior chief of the National Police of Extremadura, María Elisa Fariñas, recalled that “it did not stop” in these search operations since the loss was reported, as indicated by “many kilometers traveled.”
He added that the National Police should decide on the measures to be taken regarding whether the waterways will be included in the search. National Police Inspector Manuel de la Paz, for his part, stressed that “all hypotheses remain open,” although he stated that for the time being, the search in other cities is restricted.
This morning, the area of the left bank between La Granadilla weir and the 25 de Abril bridge was hit for the second time, where a new high-tech drone was attached. National Police agents in the community, smoke guides from Madrid, volunteers, etc., continue to look for work today.
Manuela left her house located on Miguel de Unamuno Street, in the neighborhood of San Fernando, around four in the afternoon to go for a walk, but until now she has not returned. He has short, white hair. He is 1.65 meters tall and has a thin body. He left home without his mobile phone, ID, or health card. He was wearing jeans, a brown sweater, and a coat.