Missing Crypto Millionaire Found Dismembered in a Suitcase

Joshua Ramos
Source: New York Post

The missing crypto millionaire influencer, Fernando Perez Algaba, was reportedly found dismembered in a suitcase, according to the New York Post. Sadly, the 41-year-old was discovered in Argentina this past week, with Police now launching a murder investigation into the events.

The report stated that Algaba was found by children after they stumbled upon a red suitcase. Originally, they discovered the suitcase in the ingeniero Budge, Buenos Aires Province. Thereafter, it proved to be filled with the dismembered body parts of the late Algaba.

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Millionaire Crypto Influencer Found Dismembered

In what is undoubtedly a terrifying development, the formerly missing crypto millionaire influencer, Fernando Perez Algaba, was found dismembered in a suitcase. The 41-year-old was discovered in Argentina, which has now spurred an investigation.

The Buenos Aires police were notified by the parents of the children who discovered the suitcase. Moreover, the grim details of the event involve the uncovering of legs, arms, and other body parts in an Argentine stream. All have now been identified as belonging to Algaba.

Crypto millionaire and influencer Fernando Perez Algaba was reportedly found dismembered in. asuitcase in Argentina
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On Wednesday, the head and torso of Alagba were officially recovered. Moreover, reports indicate that the millionaire was the victim of “a professional,” according to the state of the amputated limbs. Subsequently, an autopsy on the body revealed three gunshot wounds prior to the eventual dismemberment.

Algaba was identified through both his fingerprints and identifiable tattoos. Moreover, the influence was reported missing last week. Algaba was known for his lavish lifestyle, and for selling digital assets. Although he was said to be living in Spain, the report states that he had been in Argentina for a week before his eventual death.