The Civil Guard clarifies the theft of nearly half a million euros in jewelry in Totana

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So far two of the four members of the criminal group that allegedly materialized the robbery have been arrested

For the rest of the criminal group, a search and detention order has been issued through Interpol

The victim is investigated for simulation of crime, when reporting a robbery with intimidation while what happened was a robbery with force

The Civil Guard has developed the operation 'Zirconia', to investigate the theft of a large number of pieces of jewelry to a representative in Totana (Murcia), which has resulted in the clarification of the facts and the arrest of two of the four suspects authors of the theft in Salou (Tarragona).

The jewelery representative has been investigated for the crime of simulation of crime, since he denounced a robbery with intimidation while what he supposed happened was a robbery with force.

The proceedings began at the end of 2017, when the Civil Guard initiated an investigation aimed at clarifying a theft with intimidation committed against a representative of jewelry in Totana.

In the complaint, the representative informed the agents that a group of people intimidated and threatened him until they managed to snatch several briefcases containing a large quantity of pieces of jewelry of considerable value, estimating that the total would be around half a million euros.

The indications obtained during the investigation oriented the agents towards a group of people settled in several localities of Catalonia and with a great territorial mobility, that presumably was after the authorship of the theft investigated and that could be related to the commission of all kinds of crimes against the patrimony.

The investigations made it possible to identify all the alleged perpetrators and members of the criminal group, resulting in four individuals of Kosovar origin residing in Salou and Barcelona, ​​for which the support of several units of the Benemrita in Tarragona and Barcelona was requested, as well as from the Mossos d'Esquadra Corps of Barcelona.

The search device established on the suspects has recently culminated in the location and detention of two of the members of the criminal group as alleged perpetrators of robbery with force.

The other two identified members of the group are unaccounted for, which is why an international search and detention order has been issued through Interpol.

At the same time, the jewelery representative has been investigated, who has been instructed to act as alleged perpetrator of a crime simulation, for having initially simulated an alleged crime of robbery with intimidation, when it was really a robbery with force.

Investigators have found that the complainant left his vehicle parked and unguarded with hidden jewels inside.

The operation continues open in order to locate the remaining members of the criminal group, as well as determine if they are involved in more criminal acts.

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