A Mexican woman who traveled 3,000 kilometers to Peru to see a man she met on the internet was murdered, dissected, and her organs removed.

Blanca Arellano, 51, went 3,000 miles from Mexico City to Lima, Peru, to meet Juan Pablo Jesus Villafuerte Pinto, 37, a student of human medicine and biotechnology.

Blanca Arellano boarded an aircraft to meet him after meeting on a gaming app and being in an online relationship for several months.

Blanca Arellano went missing after spending a week with Villafuerte and telling her niece that she had fallen in love with him. Her family was unable to contact her.

After not hearing from Ms. Arellano for several days, her family got concerned.

Her niece Karla Arellano had previously spoken to her but got concerned when she could not contact her.

Karla Arellano, took to Twitter to ask for help in finding her aunt: ‘I never thought I would be in this situation, today I ask for support and dissemination to locate one of the most loved and important people in my life. My aunt Blanca Olivia Arellano Gutiérrez disappeared on Monday, November 7 in Peru, she is of Mexican origin, we fear for her life.’

Karla Arellano wrote how she had contacted Villafuerte, the man aunt had traveled to meet, to ask him if he had heard from her.

Villafuerte told Karla Arellano that her aunt had grown tired of him because he couldn’t provide her with the life she desired. He informed her that her aunt had returned to Mexico.

However, Ms. Arellano’s family’s greatest fears were verified a few days later, on November 9.

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A woman’s faceless head was discovered on a beach near Huacho, Peru, where Villafuerte had been staying.

A few hours later, authorities discovered a severed finger with a silver ring on it and the fingertip missing.

The next day, a torso devoid of organs was discovered at the mouth of a canal leading into the sea.

The canal runs directly in front of Jose Faustino Sanchez Carrion National University, where Villafuerte is a student.

In addition, forensic scientists established that the victim’s face had been removed by someone skilled with surgical instruments.

Blanca Arellano’s blood had also been detected in Villafuerte’s flat. Days after her abduction, he allegedly shared videos of her organs on TikTok.

Villafuerte was arrested shortly after the finding on suspicion of femicide, people trafficking, and organ trafficking.

Villafuerte denies any involvement in the incident and is being held in police custody while the inquiry is ongoing.

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