Antonangelo Lecca left home on his bike and never returned home. There has been no news of him since December 31st. His body was found in a stream. He investigates for murder.
The body of the 56-year-old Antonangelo Lecca was found in a stream in the Bau Mannu locality in Barrali, Sardinia. Initially the police had thought of an accidental fall, but the coroner Roberto Demontis would have found three wounds and some skull fractures not compatible with the place of discovery. The Public Prosecutor of Cagliari then investigates for voluntary homicide.
At first, an accidental fall from the bicycle was hypothesized, found not far from the body. The autopsy, however, would have revealed the injuries not compatible with the reconstruction of the dynamics. Investigators believe that Lecca may have been killed in another place and then thrown into the watercourse. The 56-year-old, a former pastor, disappeared on December 31st. There had been no news of him since. To report the disappearance was his brother Pierluigi who had declared himself very worried. In fact, in the last period the 56-year-old was not working. He had two dogs from which he never separated, yet on the day of his disappearance he had left them at home. Every day he went to the village bar to chat with friends. On the day of his disappearance, however, he had unusually gone out on his bicycle. Friends could not tell where he might have gone. His cell phone was turned off from the first hours of the disappearance.
We investigate the past of the shepherd servant and his daily life. The man lived alone, in the company of his two dogs. He had constant relationships with family members and with some friends of the country where he lived. Those who knew him paint him as a quiet man of habit. The investigators, however, continue to evaluate any hypothesis: only further investigations on the body and on the scene of the accident will be able to clarify what really happened to Antonangelo Lecca. No details on the day of death were provided.
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