As details of the news of the appearance of the body of Olivia on the coasts of Tenerife, Spain is even more moved. The worst hypothesis about the end of the six-year-old little girl and her 1-year-old sister Anna, who disappeared on April 27 in Tenerife after her father Thomas Gimeno did not return them to their mother at the agreed time, it leaves almost no doubts to the investigators about how the end of both was.
The ocean ship ‘Ángeles Alvariño’, from where the girl’s body was located, found a terrifying scene at sea. Tracking teams have found two canvas bags weighted with the anchor from Gimeno’s boat. In one was Olivia’s body; the second was empty, as confirmed to the site ABC sources of the investigation, so the area is still being searched for Anna’s body.
The Civil Guard continues with the search in the area in order to locate the body of little Anna, that presumably is at the bottom of the sea and that it could have come out of the empty bag, and also that of his father, Tomás Gimeno.
Olivia, first from left, was found dead at sea. Now they are still looking for her sister Anna and her father. Tomás Gimeno, murderer of both.
The two bags match with which Tomás Gimeno boarded his ship ‘Esquilón’ the night of the disappearance, according to sources close to him. Sources of the investigation suspect that Gimeno could use an eight-kilo lead belt and that The boat was not found to ballast to the bottom.
The painful finding was already communicated before spreading the information to the girls’ mother, Beatriz Zimmermann, who continued to hope for a happy ending, despite the fact that Gimeno’s diving oxygen bottle and a cover, also owned by him, were found on Monday.
After their disappearance, the girls were intensely wanted around the world. Now the Spanish navy is looking for the bodies of Anna and Tomás Gimeno, their father and murderer.
Beatriz Zimmerman always kept the hope of finding the little ones alive and defended the hypothesis that Tomás Gimeno had escaped with the small ones to some Latin American country. He only collapsed after learning of the discovery of the oxygen bottle and the cover, anticipating this tragic end.
When these objects appeared, the search was focused there. Three days later they found the canvas bags with which the investigators began to confirm the tragedy. All the findings are in the same place where Gimeno connected his mobile phone for the last time on April 27, until at one point from one second to the next, the signal disappeared forever.
Beatriz Zimmermann, the mother of Anna and Olivia, the girls who disappeared in Tenerife.
On the night of April 27, Gimeno set sail twice to sea. The security cameras of the Navy in Tenerife recorded it without the girls, but with six packages and bags that he had brought in his car. According to the newspaper ABC, he made three trips from the car to the boat, loaded, shortly before ten o’clock at night, and when he returned, after ten past eleven, there was no trace of those packages on the boat. It was verified by a patrol of the Maritime Service of the Civil Guard, who requisitioned him at the entrance of the port entrance because he had exceeded the curfew time and they suspected of maneuvers by a drug trafficker. When they checked the boat, they found nothing.
They never knew that a few minutes before Beatriz Zimmermann had already gone to report the disappearance of the three.