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Cary, NC., man arrested in Laundromat murder of Eriberto Crecencio Bosquez

Left: Rumaldo Ramirez Velasquez, Right: Ruben Giberto Hernandez still at large
Left: Rumaldo Ramirez Velasquez, Right: Ruben Giberto Hernandez still at largeCary Police Department, Georgetown County Sheriff

WRAL is reporting today that Cary police have arrested a Guatemalan man and are looking for another suspect in the laundromat death of another Latino man in March. Cary police say Rumaldo Ramirez Velasquez, a 40-year-old native of Guatamala, and Ruben Giberto Hernandez, 23, are charged with first-degree murder in the death of Eriberto Crecencio Bosques aka Eriberto Bosquez of Cary.

Rumaldo Ramirez Velasquez was arrested in South Carolina on April 29th. Police have issued a murder warrant for Ruben Giberto Hernandez. Investigators were called to the Wash Tub Laundromat at 101 E. Reed Street for a suspicious death. When officers arrived, they found the dead body of a Hispanic male lying face down on the ground. The man was identified as 31-year-old Eriberto Crecencio Bosquez, according to WNCN News.

Timeline in the death of Eriberto Crecencio Bosquez: On Saturday, March 29, police are dispatched to the Wash Tub Laundromat at around 9:00 a.m. The cleaning person tells police the body was found once cleaning staff arrived. The victim is pronounced dead.

An autopsy report confirmed that Bosquez was murdered sometime between Friday night and early Saturday morning when his body was discovered by a day maid, according to Fox Carolina. The North Carolina Medical Examiner's Office has not stated an official cause of death.

Police ask the public to contact police for any information regarding the death of Eriberto Bosquez. On Tuesday, April 29, police arrest suspect Rumaldo Ramirez Velasquez in South Carolina. Velasquez, who was born on 02/07/1974, is booked into the Georgetown County Jail. The suspicious death at the Cary Laundromat is upgraded to homicide.

Cary police are continuing to investigate the murder of Eriberto Bosquez. Anyone who can provide information about the case should contact Crime Stoppers at 919-460-4636. Callers to the hotline can remain anonymous.