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Descriere: epa06600275 Spanish Deputy Prime Minister, Soraya Saenz de Santamaria (C), and Spanish Minister of Interior, Juan Ignacio Zoido (R), arrive to attend the funeral of young Gabriel Cruz at the Cathedral in Almeria, Spain, 13 March 2018. Eight-year-old Gabriel Cruz, who went missing on 27 February 2018, was strangled by his father's partner, Dominican national Ana Julia Quezada. Since the first day he went missing, the whole country was moved by the case and supported the kid's parents through the 13-day-long search looking for young Gabriel in the hope he would be found alive. Finally, the body of 'Pescaito' (little fish), as he was nicknamed, was found by the Civil Guards in the trunk of a car that was driven by Ana Julia Quezada, who was trying to move the body in an attempt to change the hiding place fearing the body would be found. Quezada has been detained and is now being investigated in relation to the death of her own 4-year-old daughter back in 1996, who fell from the 7th floor of the building they used to live in Burgos, Spain. Back then, the incident was declared an accident, but the police investigate now if Ana Julia Quezada had anything to do in her child's alleged accident. EPA/CARLOS BARBA