The investigation into the disappearance of Cecilia Strzyzowski added a new chapter this Saturday after the discovery of a burned backpack and blood stains in the house of the Sena, while in the recently paved street, gendarmerie with the georadar team did not detect anomalies. One of the lines of investigation of the Cecilia case indicated that her body could have been buried under a street in the Emerenciano neighborhood, which was paved two days after the disappearance and, according to neighbors, the procedures were carried out at night, at a strange time for the works. However, that clue lost relevance this afternoon after the search with georadar of data by the Criminalistics Unit of the Chaco Group of the National Gendarmerie (GNA) that gave negative results. Previously, the person in charge of the work was summoned to testify, took the plans and assured that the paving was not spontaneous, but was planned by the Directorate of Roads of Resistencia previously. However, in the house of Emerenciano Sena and Marcela Acuña, the result was different. There, the GNA found a burned backpack and traces of blood that will be analyzed by specialists. In addition, they also seized cell phones and blades used to slaughter animals, which will be examined to try to determine if there are organic remains. The luminol test with which multiple blood stains were detected took place in the room where Acuña claimed to have seen “a gray lump” similar to “a punching bag.” “I did not turn on the light, there was like a reflection coming from the window and, looking at the right side of the room, I saw a brown, gray lump, I could not define the color well, all closed, similar to a punching bag, the size, but it also made me that it was a body, I left scared from there, I didn’t define what I had seen, I wasn’t sure,” she explained in her testimony.