Who was Camila Behrensen? Bio, Wiki, Age, Murder, Police Report

Camila Behrensen Bio – Camila Behrensen Wiki

Camila Behrensen and Pablo Guzman-Palma, 25-year-old were both members of the 2020 Predoctoral Researcher Class at the Graduate School of the Stowers Institute for Medical Research.


Camila Behrensen was 24 years old.


Police in Missouri are turning to the public and the cloud for assistance as they continue investigating the killings of two South American research scientists who were found dead Saturday inside their scorched Kansas City apartment.

In a press release issued late Tuesday, the Kansas City authorities handling the investigation into the killings of predoctoral researchers Camila Behrensen and Pablo Guzmán Palma asked that midtown residents who live along Oak Street and have home video surveillance systems call them.

The bodies of Behrensen, 24, of Buenos Aires, and Guzmán Palma, 25, of Santiago, Chile, were recovered by firefighters inside a burned midtown apartment on Saturday.

Behrensen and Guzmán Palma were both predoctoral researchers and members of the 2020 predoctoral research class at Stowers Institute for Medical Research.

Tuesday’s press release includes a detailed map of “the specific area our detectives are interested in,” which encompasses Oak Street from East 41st Street to East 43rd Street, between McGee Street to Gillham Road.

Authorities are interested in viewing “any video surveillance (ring type cameras, exterior home surveillance camera, trail cams, etc.) or still photographs” from 10:30 p.m. on Sept. 30 through 5 a.m. on Oct. 1.

Folks with footage are urged to contact detectives at (816) 234-5330 or (816) 234-5043.

Behrensen, an avid runner, earned a Bachelor’s Degree in biotechnology in 2020 from the University Argentina de la Empresa and spent two years studying metabolic changes in fruit flies.

Guzmán Palma earned his Bachelor’s Degree in biochemistry from Pontifical Catholic University in Chile, where he had been researching spinal cord regeneration.

In addition, police are turning to the cloud for help.

Citing a search warrant filed in a Kansas City court, KSHB-TV reports that detectives are asking Amazon for access to its cloud storage to obtain data from the apartment’s Alexa device.

According to KSHB, police believe the killer may have been inside the victims’ apartment for several hours and hope Alexa captured some of the conversations that may have unfolded during that time.

So far, police have not commented on a motive. No arrests have been made.

If you have any information about the killings, please call detectives at (816) 234-5043.

Tips can also be left anonymously at (816) 474-TIPS.

A $25,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest.