NEW YORK. Dominican businesswoman Janet Avalo Álvarez, co-owner with her boyfriend, Alfredo Esmerli Peguero Gómez of the “Guácara Latina” nightclub in Waterbury (Connecticut), disappeared since November 12, if leaving a trace, while her relatives are offering a reward of $ 5,000 dollars for reliable information that offers clues about whereabouts, while various speculations are spread on social networks, without confirmation from the authorities.
Speculations of family, friends and employees of the disco, do not cease on social networks, and a medium that publishes on Facebook
Janet, 26, and Peguero Gómez, 32, have been in a romantic relationship for some time and became owners of the nightclub, which is one of the busiest in Connecticut.
But Randy Avalo, brother of the disappeared is demanding on his facebook page investigators to interrogate Peguero Gomez, since he was in business with her the night she disappeared.
A reward that started at $ 5,000 dollars is being offered to those who have reliable information about the couple’s whereabouts.
“We are desperate and looking for answers about Janet’s whereabouts,” relatives of the bride told Channel 3 in Connecticut.
Police say detectives try to locate and interview Peguero Gomez, a resident of Waterbury, in connection with the investigation, but none of that information has been confirmed by the official investigation.
“We really need him here to give us an explanation. Because he was the last one to see her,” Janet’s brother added.
The researchers confirmed that Peguero Gómez and Avalo Álvarez are in a relationship and live together and that they also own the disco.
Neighbors and family told Channel 3 that the couple often fought, mainly for money and bar management.
Police told Channel 3 that they have no official records of calls from the house on Ayers Street, reporting incidents of domestic violence.
“I don’t even want to share my biggest concern, because he’s running away and we don’t have an idea of where they are,” Avalo said.
“I don’t even trust, he can do something wrong. I just need him to come tell us something,” the brother added.
People have tried to communicate with her on cell phones and social networks. Police say his vehicle was in the back parking lot of the bar.
Avalo Álvarez is described as a Hispanic woman of 5’1 tall and between 150 to 160 pounds and has no known medical problems.
Police say he has executed search warrants at the disco, the house and the woman’s vehicle.
Waterbury detectives continue to investigate this case and her family said they are considering hiring a private investigator.
A local media that publishes on social networks, said a source linked to the case, informed him that the police found blood in the back door of the business, and in the woman’s car, and that her wallet and keys They remain inside the premises.
The media also reports that a nightclub employee assured him that the couple discussed when they had already closed the business but the next day she did not appear, the boyfriend was arrested and then released for lack of evidence.
Peguero Gómez’s vehicles were found at Hartford Airport in Connecticut, so he is suspected of having fled to the Los Minas neighborhood in the Dominican Republic where he is a native.
The liquor license of the disco is in the name of the woman.
Co-workers and friends said they last saw her at the bar between 9:30 AM and 10:30 PM on Tuesday, November 12.
Nearly a dozen friends and family gathered at the bar on Friday, saying they just wanted him safe.
No matter what happened, they say they love her and want to know what is right.