The body of young Renny Hilario, who had been missing since last Tuesday, Nov. 15, was discovered. Family members claim that an unknown substance overdose was the cause of death, Diario Libre reported.

The story was corroborated by Renny's partner, who claimed that the 22-year-old went out with two buddies who allegedly urged him to try illegal substances.

"When they took him to the hospital he was already lifeless," the victim's partner said.

Getting to Renny's body was exhausting work for Victor, who moved the whole family to find him. He recalled that although they searched hospitals for him, he never expected to discover him dead in the morgue of the National Institute of Forensic Sciences (Inacif), which is housed in the Cristo Redentor cemetery.

Renny lived near Pintura in Herrera, and the meeting with his friends was in Los Jardines, in the National District.

He was transported to a clinic near Republica de Colombia avenue as the hallucinogenic he drank allegedly impacted him, and when he arrived unresponsive, he was sent to Inacif, according to his partner, who highlighted that there were no marks of violence on Renny's body.

Because of this, according to Victor, the two individuals who drove him to the hospital are in custody. He declared that the family would file a lawsuit against individuals who are accused of giving him the drug that killed him.

“As far as I know, he had never used substances, never, we hardly drank beer and wine, never substances like that. They say that each world is a head and a surprise, but from there… he was almost a child to take him to that point and the two people he was with a look more adult, it should not have been, ”he said.

Renny was studying English and cooking.

His body was given to his family members, who will transport him to his hometown of La Vega for the funeral and burial there.

Renny's partner agreed to give this information to Diario Libre "so that other young people learn the lesson through Renny's death."

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