The incident occurred in the El Tecal district of western Panama, the national police said in a statement on the social network Twitter.
A Venezuelan woman has lost her life in the hands of her ex-partner, of the same nationality.
The incident occurred in the El Tecal district, Vacamonte, Arraiján district, western Panama province and although the woman maintained a restraining order.
The information was known through a statement issued by the Panama National Police, @protegeryservir where they explained the details of the event, however, did not reveal the identity of the aggressor that is serious or the woman killed.
The police institute said the woman died of a knife wound and that the man abducted her daughter. "With the mediation of experienced negotiators of the special forces forces of the national police, a child who was deprived of his father's freedom in a residence located in Altos de El Tecal, in the district of Buenos Aires, was saved in security, Arraiján ", explain in the statement.
They reported that the incident occurred "in the midst of a situation of intra-family violence between a Venezuelan couple, in which a woman is killed due to a knife wound and a man is in serious condition".
"The national police cooperate with officials of the Public Prosecutor's Office, who have already initiated rigorous investigations," added the institution.
According to the Public Prosecutor of Panama, between January and November 2018 in the country there were 18 feminicides and 14 attempts of this crime, with July and October the months in which most of the deaths of this type were recorded, three each , while four attempts were reported in August, the highest figure month by month.
According to the geographical area, in the first eleven months of last year the province of Panama has accumulated eight of the 18 feminicides committed, followed by the province of Chiriqui (west), where four have occurred.
The attempts at femicide were concentrated in Panama and Cocle (in the center), with four each, and Chiriquí, with three, 19% of the victims were women between 30 and 34 years.