Sacramento delegates devastated by the tragedy, at the door of Conforama.
Sacramento Roca Martínez , an employee of the Conforama shopping center on Aragón street in Palma, was stabbed to death this Friday by her ex-partner while attending to clients. Rafael Pantoja , the murderer, is a 45-year-old security guard who did not accept the breakup.
Sacramento Roca, mother of two daughters , had worked as a cashier at Conforama for 15 years and was a commercial at Herbalife. He studied at the IES Arxiduc Lluis Salvador school and in Son Canals, according to his Facebook profile. Several days ago, he denounced Rafael Pantoja for harassment. The man, who worked as a security guard at the furniture store, did not accept the breakup.
It was she who broke up because of the mistreatment she suffered. The woman, after the separation, went to live with her parents. Days ago someone punctured the wheels of his car and suspected it could have been him.
The aggressor, a fan of weights and bodybuilding, also has two teenage daughters from a previous relationship. He had been trying to lose weight for a long time, went to a gym in Palma and a dietician. He has extensive experience as a security guard in the city’s courts, including those of Via Germany.
«He is a shy man, very calm , he never raised his voice. I was surprised to find out what happened, “said a colleague who worked with him at Festival Park eight years ago. At 9:20 p.m., Rafael Pantoja entered the 3-O prisoner unit at the Son Espases hospital. He was sedated, on a stretcher, and guarded by three National Police officers .
The Balearic Government expressed its “rage” and offered its condolences to the family and friends of the victim. He has called a minute of silence for this Saturday, at 12.00, in Consolat de la Mar.
The Consell de Menorca has also convened a minute of silence for this Saturday at noon in front of its headquarters in the Plaza de la Biosfera, in the same way as the Maó City Council , at the same time at the door of the consistory.
The Gifts Lobby announced a gathering in El Born, next to Plaça Joan Carles I, at eight in the afternoon. “Social rejection must be maximum.” The City Council of Palma also expressed its condolences. There will be a minute of silence next Monday, at twelve noon, in the Plaza de Cort.