Sandra Bermejo’s family fears that it is a “forced disappearance”

The family of the Madrid psychologist Sandra Bermejo32, who has been wanted for two weeks after losing track of her in the vicinity of Cabo Peñas, in the Asturian council of Gozón, fears that her case is about an enforced disappearance where they could be third party involvedyes, while the police keep all hypotheses open.

This was stated by the president of the association SOS DisappearedJoaquín Amills, who has done an appeal so that the people who on November 8 could have made photographs or recorded videos in the surroundings of Cabo Peñas can provide graphic material could be key in the police investigation about the disappearance of the Madrid psychologist.

The young woman’s family, based in Gijón since 2020, has appeared in the case through the association’s lawyer and urges the people who were there that daybetween 1:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. in the vicinity of Cabo Peñas, so that provide any detail, photo of landscapes where people or vehicles are seen that can be recognized and communicate it to the Police and Civil Guard or via email where confidentiality will be kept.

The association has distributed a alert with the photograph of Sandra Bermejo in more than 5,000 ATMs of the Euronet network, which is repeated twice every minute, so that the face of the disappeared young woman is uploaded more than ten million times a day, as Joaquín Amills, president of SOS Desaparecidos, explained to EFE.

The Specialized and Violent Crime Unit (UDEV) of the Gijón National Police Station continues to analyze “the whole range of possibilities” and shuffles “all hypotheses”, including that of an accidental fall down the cliff, about what could have happened to Sandra Bermejo since her track was lost at 5:00 p.m. on November 8 when her mobile phone geolocated her vehicle for the last time in the area of ​​Cabo Peñas.

Joaquín Amills assures that forced disappearance is the thesis that, for the family, would gain more strength since They rule out that the young woman, with a cheerful character and who had planned the whole week with appointments at work, committed suicide.

Although they considered suicide in the first moments -he affirms- they ruled it out within 24 hours since that same afternoon Sandra Bermejo did not plan to leave, but the fact that two patients canceled her appointment made her go to Cabo Peñas with the idea of ​​returning to his drama class that he had that same day at 8:00 p.m.

The fortuitous accident is also ruled out, among other reasons, because the young woman from Madrid knew the area wellto which he used to go for a walk and despite the extensive search device his body did not appear either, so in the opinion of Amills, “we also believe that this thesis loses steam.”

For the association, which altruistically helps the family, and for the relatives themselves, the most likely hypothesis is the forced disappearancebecause they believe “that if you are going to go with someone you know, you do not leave your bag with all the documentation and cards in your car,” he concludes.

Sandra Bermejo’s family fears that it is a “forced disappearance”