SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA – The body of Sebastián Leiva, also known as “El Cangri”, was found in the Bolivian desert. Leiva, who reached some fame as a reality show participant, traveled from San Pedro de Atacama to Calama for a video shoot. After his family filed a missing person request, the 24-year-old’s body emerged on Sunday next to a second one.
Leiva’s mother, Leonor Bravo, told broadcaster Mega about the last conversation with her son, who gained fame through a reality show called “Perla.” Bravo said her son called his girlfriend around 8PM to arrange for a baby shower, and the “last time he was connected was at 1AM.”
Apparently, his boss was the last person who contacted him before he disappeared.
On pleas by his family, local police inquired at police stations, hospitals and medical centers in the area, to no avail. They also found no record of him leaving the country.
On Sunday however, Leiva’s body was found in the Bolivian desert.
According to radio Biobio, Leiva was identified through a tattoo. Another, unidentified, body was next to his. The body of the reality actor was found by his brother. No further official information has been given so far.
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