"Authorities have to conduct a serious and impartial investigation into these events. The premise is to find the relationship between this terror act and his work as a journalist," FLIP urged.
"Those responsible will be apprehended. The exercise of journalism needs to be free and safe," Valle del Cauca Governor Clara Roldan said.
The police informed that the young reporter, who graduated from the Western Autonomous University in 2017, received no threats against his life. Preliminary information shows that he was on vacation at the time of the attack.
However, Guevara's fellow journalists told FLIP that he was threatened a couple of years ago because of his journalistic work.