Man Murders His Ex-Girlfriend Inside The Bakery She Worked At

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Man, 65, murdered ex-girlfriend, 52, inside the Argentina bakery she worked at – Daily Mail

A man’s murder of his ex-girlfriend was caught on surveillance footage and witnessed by a bystanders that worked with her.

Surveillance camera captures man speeding through Argentine streets before arriving at ex-girlfriend’s work – where he is seen chasing, gunning down former partner then shooting himself dead in front of cops

Hugo Marchi shot his former partner, Veronica Villalba, at the bakery she worked at Tuesday morning in Argentina, then shot himself in the head after the police entered the shop to arrest him.

Hugo Marchi shot Veronica Villalba, 52, three times in front of one of her two coworkers at the Martin Fierro Bakery in the Buenos Aires municipality of Tres de Febrero on Tuesday.

Villalba ran for her life as Marchi chased her through the stock room and into the kitchen. Marchi shot Villalba twice and then shot himself before police could arrest him.

A bakery owner said that Marchi and Villalba, who had been together for 10 years, last saw each other on Sunday.

Lucia revealed that Marchi had been sending threatening text messages to Villalba, but she didn’t report him to the police.

Another co-worker said Marchi was always texting Villalba, asking that they resume their relationship. Marina said Villalba wanted to finish the paperwork for the car.

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  1. Man, 65, murdered ex-girlfriend, 52, inside the Argentina bakery she worked at  Daily Mail
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  3. Man, 65, Murdered Ex-Girlfriend, 52, Inside The Argentina Bakery She Worked At  WhatsNew2Day

  4. Man, 65, Murdered Ex-Girlfriend, 52, In Argentine Bakery Where She Worked  NY Daily Paper

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