The agents of the Homicide Group of the Valencia Judicial Police Brigade are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of the canon emeritus of the Cathedral of Valencia, Alfonso López Benito, whose lifeless body was found this Tuesday morning in his home in the center of the city. city, very close to SEO.
The deceased, who had signs of violence compatible with asphyxiation, was the canon of the cathedral, and his body was found in the bed of his home on Avellanas Street. The police suspect that the perpetrator of the crime used the priest’s cell phone to send messages and pretend to be alive.
The Archbishop of Valencia indicated that they were aware of the death of Alfonso López Benito, canon emeritus of the Cathedral of Valencia, through the National Police and the media.
“We regret this sad death, and we are at the disposal of the authorities in the case that the collaboration of the Archbishop may serve to clarify the facts. We extend our condolences to the family,” the short statement concluded.
The National Police limited itself to reporting, for its part, that agents found the lifeless body of a man this morning in his home in the center of Valencia.
According to the sources, the members of the Homicide Group of the Provincial Judicial Police Brigade in Valencia were in charge of the investigation, and the Provincial Scientific Police Brigade also traveled to the area.
The doorman of the property found the body this Tuesday morning in the house of the victim after calling the police force, and he informed the president of the community, explained a person who works on the property in media statements. An acquaintance of the deceased approached the scene to tell the agents that someone was using the priest’s cell phone to pretend, according to eyewitnesses.