Marta Calvo Burón. Finding her is the obsession of the State Security Forces working tirelessly in the search for the 25-year-old girl who disappeared last November 7 in Manuel (Valencia) after having made an appointment with Jorge Ignacio PJ, an exconvict to whom the Guard Civil takes responsibility for a case in which it foresees a “hard” end.
However, no effort is spared to find Marta Calvo alive. In fact, the trained dogs that are part of the operation They have those characteristics. The operation focuses on the surroundings of the town of Manuel, where the track was lost and where Friday work members of the Civil Guard of different specialized bodies, as well as a helicopter.
In addition, they work in the area members of Seprona, Mountain Rescue and Intervention Group (GREIM), of Underwater Activities Panel (GEAS) and the Canine Unit, with dogs specialized in the search for living people.
The operations base of the search device has been located in the municipal sports center of this small municipality from the region of the Ribera Alta, where the young Valencian girl was lost track last day 7, and which is located near the Albaida River, which borders the town and where Marta is also sought.
According to the same sources, underwater specialists have several boats and, although the Albaida river does not carry much flow in the area and is shallow, it is dirty with reeds.
In addition, they have indicated that they continue to examine the home located in the town where Marta Calvo’s track was lost and that it was rented for the alleged responsible for her disappearance, which the security forces and bodies also seek to explain where the young woman is.
The suspect, of Colombian origin, was convicted in Italy of drug trafficking, and has a record in Spain for fines and resistance to authority related to crimes against security.