The homeless person who would have thrown the concrete block causing the death of young Joel Raphael Cabrera Espino last Sunday, Dec. 11, has already been identified by the Dominican National Police. The incident occurred while the victim was moving along 27 de Febrero Avenue, Diario Libre reported.

The institution's spokesman, Diego Pesqueira, claimed that the author may be identified by analysis of the films that are available of the incident and that an order is being processed to move forward with his arrest even if he withheld the man's information.

Pesqueira clarified that neither the individual who has been rumored to be the incident's perpetrator on the networks nor any of the 10 people under investigation for the incident are to blame. Whether the attack was carried out by the same person who targeted another driver on John F. Kenedy Avenue late Sunday night is still unknown.

"The National Police informs that in the next few hours it will give a forceful response in relation to this case. We are waiting for the arrest warrant to be issued to locate, arrest and bring to justice through the Public Ministry the alleged perpetrator of this fact, for which all the evidence points to him as the person responsible," said Pesqueira.

Joel Rafael Cabrera, a 29-year-old engineer, died after being struck by a concrete block that was thrown at his car from the Avenida 27 de Febrero pedestrian bridge in front of the Olympic Center shortly after 4:00 a.m. He was traveling to his home in El Café de Herrera, Santo Domingo Oeste, after staying with coworkers in Santo Domingo Este.

It was reported by the family on Monday, Dec. 12, that the scene of the event was located by their co-workers, after 7:00 in the morning, when they were notified that Joel had not arrived home, so they decided to take the route he would take, finding the vehicle in front of the Olympic Center, where there was already a unit of the National Institute of Forensic Sciences (Inacif) doing the removal of the corpse.

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