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Pics shows: Father showing the coffin; The theft of a baby's body on Christmas Eve has been linked to a satanic sect. The parents of one-year-old Ciro Aranda discovered the remains of their son had been stolen from a cemetery storage room the day before Christmas following the infant???s death on 10th December. The parents??? lawyer claims to have evidence pointing to a satanic cult in the small town of Otamendi, situated about 40 kilometres from the city of Miramar in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina. Alberto Aranda and his wife Mara went to visit their son Ciro???s coffin to place flowers. The baby boy died of pneumonia earlier in the month aged just one year and two months old. As the cemetery did not have any available niches, the parents agreed to store their son???s remains in a small locked room on the grounds until new spaces become available in the summer. Dr Ana Maria Caro, the leading prosecutor in charge of finding the body, reported that authorities are presently searching local farms and surrounding countryside. "The operation continues," she told local media. Dr Caro also stated that initial investigations point to a "likely avenue". After several residents broke their silence, the prosecutor said: "There is a known satanic sect that operates in the Otamendi area and carries out rituals. We hope that our searches will bring results very soon." This is not the first time that a case involving a demonic cult has happened in Argentina. Last month, officials arrested Miguel Angel Jimenez at his home in Quimili in the northern province of Santiago del Estero. The cotton producer was accused of being the main priest behind the sexual abuse and dismemberment of 11-year-old Mario Salto, which took place in the town of Santiago in July 2016.
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Pics shows: Ciro, the baby whose body was stolen; The theft of a baby's body on Christmas Eve has been linked to a satanic sect. The parents of one-year-old Ciro Aranda discovered the remains of their son had been stolen from a cemetery storage room the day before Christmas following the infant???s death on 10th December. The parents??? lawyer claims to have evidence pointing to a satanic cult in the small town of Otamendi, situated about 40 kilometres from the city of Miramar in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina. Alberto Aranda and his wife Mara went to visit their son Ciro???s coffin to place flowers. The baby boy died of pneumonia earlier in the month aged just one year and two months old. As the cemetery did not have any available niches, the parents agreed to store their son???s remains in a small locked room on the grounds until new spaces become available in the summer. Dr Ana Maria Caro, the leading prosecutor in charge of finding the body, reported that authorities are presently searching local farms and surrounding countryside. "The operation continues," she told local media. Dr Caro also stated that initial investigations point to a "likely avenue". After several residents broke their silence, the prosecutor said: "There is a known satanic sect that operates in the Otamendi area and carries out rituals. We hope that our searches will bring results very soon." This is not the first time that a case involving a demonic cult has happened in Argentina. Last month, officials arrested Miguel Angel Jimenez at his home in Quimili in the northern province of Santiago del Estero. The cotton producer was accused of being the main priest behind the sexual abuse and dismemberment of 11-year-old Mario Salto, which took place in the town of Santiago in July 2016.
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Pics shows: Father showing the coffin; The theft of a baby's body on Christmas Eve has been linked to a satanic sect. The parents of one-year-old Ciro Aranda discovered the remains of their son had been stolen from a cemetery storage room the day before Christmas following the infant???s death on 10th December. The parents??? lawyer claims to have evidence pointing to a satanic cult in the small town of Otamendi, situated about 40 kilometres from the city of Miramar in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina. Alberto Aranda and his wife Mara went to visit their son Ciro???s coffin to place flowers. The baby boy died of pneumonia earlier in the month aged just one year and two months old. As the cemetery did not have any available niches, the parents agreed to store their son???s remains in a small locked room on the grounds until new spaces become available in the summer. Dr Ana Maria Caro, the leading prosecutor in charge of finding the body, reported that authorities are presently searching local farms and surrounding countryside. "The operation continues," she told local media. Dr Caro also stated that initial investigations point to a "likely avenue". After several residents broke their silence, the prosecutor said: "There is a known satanic sect that operates in the Otamendi area and carries out rituals. We hope that our searches will bring results very soon." This is not the first time that a case involving a demonic cult has happened in Argentina. Last month, officials arrested Miguel Angel Jimenez at his home in Quimili in the northern province of Santiago del Estero. The cotton producer was accused of being the main priest behind the sexual abuse and dismemberment of 11-year-old Mario Salto, which took place in the town of Santiago in July 2016.
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Pics shows: Father showing the coffin; The theft of a baby's body on Christmas Eve has been linked to a satanic sect. The parents of one-year-old Ciro Aranda discovered the remains of their son had been stolen from a cemetery storage room the day before Christmas following the infant???s death on 10th December. The parents??? lawyer claims to have evidence pointing to a satanic cult in the small town of Otamendi, situated about 40 kilometres from the city of Miramar in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina. Alberto Aranda and his wife Mara went to visit their son Ciro???s coffin to place flowers. The baby boy died of pneumonia earlier in the month aged just one year and two months old. As the cemetery did not have any available niches, the parents agreed to store their son???s remains in a small locked room on the grounds until new spaces become available in the summer. Dr Ana Maria Caro, the leading prosecutor in charge of finding the body, reported that authorities are presently searching local farms and surrounding countryside. "The operation continues," she told local media. Dr Caro also stated that initial investigations point to a "likely avenue". After several residents broke their silence, the prosecutor said: "There is a known satanic sect that operates in the Otamendi area and carries out rituals. We hope that our searches will bring results very soon." This is not the first time that a case involving a demonic cult has happened in Argentina. Last month, officials arrested Miguel Angel Jimenez at his home in Quimili in the northern province of Santiago del Estero. The cotton producer was accused of being the main priest behind the sexual abuse and dismemberment of 11-year-old Mario Salto, which took place in the town of Santiago in July 2016.
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Pics shows: Ciro, the baby whose body was stolen; The theft of a baby's body on Christmas Eve has been linked to a satanic sect. The parents of one-year-old Ciro Aranda discovered the remains of their son had been stolen from a cemetery storage room the day before Christmas following the infant???s death on 10th December. The parents??? lawyer claims to have evidence pointing to a satanic cult in the small town of Otamendi, situated about 40 kilometres from the city of Miramar in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina. Alberto Aranda and his wife Mara went to visit their son Ciro???s coffin to place flowers. The baby boy died of pneumonia earlier in the month aged just one year and two months old. As the cemetery did not have any available niches, the parents agreed to store their son???s remains in a small locked room on the grounds until new spaces become available in the summer. Dr Ana Maria Caro, the leading prosecutor in charge of finding the body, reported that authorities are presently searching local farms and surrounding countryside. "The operation continues," she told local media. Dr Caro also stated that initial investigations point to a "likely avenue". After several residents broke their silence, the prosecutor said: "There is a known satanic sect that operates in the Otamendi area and carries out rituals. We hope that our searches will bring results very soon." This is not the first time that a case involving a demonic cult has happened in Argentina. Last month, officials arrested Miguel Angel Jimenez at his home in Quimili in the northern province of Santiago del Estero. The cotton producer was accused of being the main priest behind the sexual abuse and dismemberment of 11-year-old Mario Salto, which took place in the town of Santiago in July 2016.
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Pics shows: Policemen looking for evidences; The theft of a baby's body on Christmas Eve has been linked to a satanic sect. The parents of one-year-old Ciro Aranda discovered the remains of their son had been stolen from a cemetery storage room the day before Christmas following the infant???s death on 10th December. The parents??? lawyer claims to have evidence pointing to a satanic cult in the small town of Otamendi, situated about 40 kilometres from the city of Miramar in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina. Alberto Aranda and his wife Mara went to visit their son Ciro???s coffin to place flowers. The baby boy died of pneumonia earlier in the month aged just one year and two months old. As the cemetery did not have any available niches, the parents agreed to store their son???s remains in a small locked room on the grounds until new spaces become available in the summer. Dr Ana Maria Caro, the leading prosecutor in charge of finding the body, reported that authorities are presently searching local farms and surrounding countryside. "The operation continues," she told local media. Dr Caro also stated that initial investigations point to a "likely avenue". After several residents broke their silence, the prosecutor said: "There is a known satanic sect that operates in the Otamendi area and carries out rituals. We hope that our searches will bring results very soon." This is not the first time that a case involving a demonic cult has happened in Argentina. Last month, officials arrested Miguel Angel Jimenez at his home in Quimili in the northern province of Santiago del Estero. The cotton producer was accused of being the main priest behind the sexual abuse and dismemberment of 11-year-old Mario Salto, which took place in the town of Santiago in July 2016.
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Pics shows: The cemetery; The theft of a baby's body on Christmas Eve has been linked to a satanic sect. The parents of one-year-old Ciro Aranda discovered the remains of their son had been stolen from a cemetery storage room the day before Christmas following the infant???s death on 10th December. The parents??? lawyer claims to have evidence pointing to a satanic cult in the small town of Otamendi, situated about 40 kilometres from the city of Miramar in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina. Alberto Aranda and his wife Mara went to visit their son Ciro???s coffin to place flowers. The baby boy died of pneumonia earlier in the month aged just one year and two months old. As the cemetery did not have any available niches, the parents agreed to store their son???s remains in a small locked room on the grounds until new spaces become available in the summer. Dr Ana Maria Caro, the leading prosecutor in charge of finding the body, reported that authorities are presently searching local farms and surrounding countryside. "The operation continues," she told local media. Dr Caro also stated that initial investigations point to a "likely avenue". After several residents broke their silence, the prosecutor said: "There is a known satanic sect that operates in the Otamendi area and carries out rituals. We hope that our searches will bring results very soon." This is not the first time that a case involving a demonic cult has happened in Argentina. Last month, officials arrested Miguel Angel Jimenez at his home in Quimili in the northern province of Santiago del Estero. The cotton producer was accused of being the main priest behind the sexual abuse and dismemberment of 11-year-old Mario Salto, which took place in the town of Santiago in July 2016.
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Pics shows: The cemetery; The theft of a baby's body on Christmas Eve has been linked to a satanic sect. The parents of one-year-old Ciro Aranda discovered the remains of their son had been stolen from a cemetery storage room the day before Christmas following the infant???s death on 10th December. The parents??? lawyer claims to have evidence pointing to a satanic cult in the small town of Otamendi, situated about 40 kilometres from the city of Miramar in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina. Alberto Aranda and his wife Mara went to visit their son Ciro???s coffin to place flowers. The baby boy died of pneumonia earlier in the month aged just one year and two months old. As the cemetery did not have any available niches, the parents agreed to store their son???s remains in a small locked room on the grounds until new spaces become available in the summer. Dr Ana Maria Caro, the leading prosecutor in charge of finding the body, reported that authorities are presently searching local farms and surrounding countryside. "The operation continues," she told local media. Dr Caro also stated that initial investigations point to a "likely avenue". After several residents broke their silence, the prosecutor said: "There is a known satanic sect that operates in the Otamendi area and carries out rituals. We hope that our searches will bring results very soon." This is not the first time that a case involving a demonic cult has happened in Argentina. Last month, officials arrested Miguel Angel Jimenez at his home in Quimili in the northern province of Santiago del Estero. The cotton producer was accused of being the main priest behind the sexual abuse and dismemberment of 11-year-old Mario Salto, which took place in the town of Santiago in July 2016.
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