Search for Israeli sisters Pyrhia Sarusi (63 years) and Lily Pereg (54) who disappeared in Mendoza during their vacation experienced dramatic changes. At the behest of the prosecutor Claudia Ríos investigating the case, provincial police raided the house on Friday Nicolás Gil Pereg, Pyrhia Sarusi's son. Security forces enter the property with shovels, dogs and generators.
The case began to transcend openly on Wednesday morning, when relatives of the women started a crusade on social networks asking for data to find them, after five days without news of their whereabouts.
In a request for help they showed that the last communication with them was the same day they arrived in the country, at 2:30 in the morning. Then they lost contact.
The tourists who come on vacation They arrived in Mendoza a week ago, on Friday the 11th. But since then nobody knows about them, except for Nicolás Gil Pereg.
That man, 36 years old and an Israeli national, declared on Wednesday at the prosecutor's office of murder – accused of investigating the disappearance of people. He told the Court that he shared with his mother and aunt throughout Saturday 12 at home Buena Nueva neighborhood, in the city Guaymallén.
In interrogation, the man said that the last time he saw them was at night, when he accompanied them to take a bus that would take them to the apartment they rented, in a complex located on Calle España in 1139, in the city center. According to the story, they will meet the next day.
"We have to find it in the apartment, I go, I ring the bell, no one answers, I shout on the balcony and no one goes and I go and come back on Monday and it's the same." The cleaning girl let me into the building, I hit the door and no one, the apartment owner and the police came and we found that there was no one there, we didn't know where they were, "said Gil Pereg. Channel 9.
In front of the camera, the son asserted that the women "will not disappear with their will because they are responsible, intelligent and do not know anything here". And he launched his hypothesis: "For me someone forces them to do something they don't want, some criminals or someone forces them and associates them to do things they don't want."
The property of Gil Pereg covers an area of 3,000 square meters, which is located on Calle Roca at 6,000, in front of the Guaymallén Cemetery. According to the newspaper Sun, where the rowing court is currently abandoned. At home they found four weapons, all registered.
That also happened Gil Pereg emerged as the owner of five companies in Mendoza, made between 2011 and 2015 by his mother, Pyrhia Sarusi, who lives in Israel. The companies have their domicile in Guaymallén.
The man is an electronic engineer and has been based in the country since late 2007.