They arrest an experienced criminal for the violent robbery of an elderly woman in Totana


| He is also attributed the alleged responsibility of five crimes of theft in shops and homes and robbery with force in a business | Another person has been investigated as the alleged perpetrator of the crimes clarified The detainee, after being brought to justice, has entered prison The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia, within the framework of the 'Pelaro' operation, has carried out an investigation to identify, locate and detain the alleged perpetrators of various crimes of theft and robbery in homes and commercial establishments; and a crime of robbery with violence and intimidation committed in the municipality of Totana, which has resulted in the arrest of one person and the investigation of a second, as alleged authors of seven criminal acts. The detained person, after being brought to justice, has entered prison. The investigation began last August, due to the social alarm generated among the residents of the municipality of Totana by the commission, in a short space of time, of several thefts and robberies with force committed in commercial establishments and in a home, to which a robbery with violence against an elderly woman was added. The latter with the peculiarity that the victim was resting in a central municipal park, when the assailant took advantage of her vulnerability to violently steal her bag, which caused it to fall to the ground.

The subject fled regardless of the severity of the injuries he may have caused.

As a consequence of the violence used, the victim required medical assistance. The Civil Guard analyzed all the evidence obtained during the investigation, as well as the statements of possible witnesses that allowed the investigations to be focused on several individuals in the area, whose physical characteristics were similar to those described by the victims and who, in addition, had prior for similar crimes committed in the same municipality. In an exhaustive manner, the investigators discarded each of the suspects until they discriminated against two of them who, finally, were recognized without any doubt by the victims. Collaboration with the Local Police of Totana As they are experienced criminals, with certain abilities to hide from police action, the Benemérita, in collaboration with the Totana Local Police, established numerous devices aimed at finding out their whereabouts. After several months of investigation, the suspects have been located.

One of them has been arrested and the second investigated as alleged perpetrators of the crime of robbery in a bakery, five crimes of theft in shops (4) and homes (1) and robbery with violence and intimidation, committed between last month August and the current month. The 'Pelaro' operation has culminated in the recovery of various stolen objects such as a Wi-Fi router, clothing and footwear and more than 2,000 euros, which have been returned to their rightful owners, according to sources from the armed institute informed Totana News. The detainee has entered prison The arrested Spaniards, 48 ??and 51 years old; and residents of Totana, the proceedings and the recovered effects have been made available to the Investigating Court of Totana (Murcia), whose owner has ordered the imprisonment of the detained person, leaving the investigated person free with charges. 

They arrest an experienced criminal for the violent robbery of an elderly woman in Totana, Foto 1

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