Alberto Rolon and Zoraida Bartolomei Death; Victim Found Shot To Death Inside Suburban Chicago Home

Around 8:40 p.m., Romeoville police discovered the bodies of father Alberto Rolon, mother Zoraida Bartolomei, and their two children after visiting his home to check on him. The children’s identities and ages weren’t made public on Monday.

Also discovered dead inside the house were three pets. Police do not believe the fatalities were the product of a murder-suicide, Romeoville Deputy Police Chief Chris Burne stated during a news conference on Monday.

During the news conference that was carried on NBC Chicago, he declared, “Right now we are investigating this as a murder.” Even though there haven’t been any announced arrests, he didn’t think the neighbourhood was in danger.

“Given the passing of time (more than 18 hours since “Due to the time elapsed (more than 18 hours from the time we were contacted), we are not asking anyone to shelter in place, and we are not actively searching for anyone in the area,” the official stated.

According to Burne, it is uncertain if the parents were wed. The two kids attended RC Hill Elementary School, according to Valley View School District Superintendent Rachel Kinder’s statement to the neighbourhood.

After one of the victims didn’t arrive at work at 6 a.m. on Sunday and didn’t reply to messages, worried relatives called the police, according to the police. Authorities think the four-person family was killed sometime between Saturday night at 9 p.m. and Sunday morning at 5 a.m. “I’m devastated,” said neighbour Lynn Phillips, who lives a house away.

“I’ve been sobbing intermittently all day.” The family was described as friendly by neighbours who spoke to media agencies but did not frequently visit the neighbourhood. A neighbour informed ABC 7 Chicago that “they kept to themselves.” “I truly have no idea. Despite having a son, I never saw the youngsters playing outside. It’s quite frightening and I’m not really sure what happened.

It’s “too close to home.” They consisted of a mother, a father, and a few kids. We were exchanging hellos and goodbyes while the parents were outside tending to the garden, according to Phillips, who spoke to the Sun Times. Nothing strange. Everybody kept to themselves. The family made an effort to be nice neighbours, according to neighbour Carol Love, who spoke to the newspaper.

It’s really sad. They were admirable folks. Nobody was bothered by them, supposedly Love remarked. “I hope they identify the perpetrator.” About 30 miles to the southwest of Chicago is Romeoville.


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