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The Civil Guard detained "red-handed" two people related to a dozen thefts and scams elderly in Totana

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They attributed the alleged perpetrators of the crimes of theft, robbery and fraud

Those arrested a man and a woman heading to elderly victims subtracted those belongings even to access their homes and steal money from their bank accounts

It has enjoyed the cooperation of the local police

The Civil Guard in the region of Murcia, in the framework of the 'Plan against burglary' and 'Greater Security Plan' developed the operation 'Bakery', an investigation led to the clarification of several thefts and burglaries in the municipality Totana, which has resulted in the arrest of two people who are credited with authorship of a dozen alleged crimes related to theft, robbery and swindling elderly.

Last October, the Civil Guard began operation 'Bakery' aimed at identifying and if necessary, arrest the perpetrators of several robberies and burglaries in the municipality of Totana.

Some events that had caused some social alarm in the city when dealing with elderly victims.

The study of complaints paid off soon after, when the Civil Guard found a number of coincidences that pointed to a young man and a middle-aged woman, as people through deception or distraction had materialized theft of wallets and mobiles in the public road.

The investigation continued with the identification of the suspects also appeared related to several bank ATM withdrawals at branches of the town, with previously stolen credit cards to victims.

The Civil Guard established numerous police tracking devices and tracking suspects who tested positive late last year when, on a public street of Totana, the presence of the now detained was detected while trying to steal a person's wallet.

At the time of his arrest.

This is a woman of 40, Spanish nationality and resident of Totana and a male aged 28, Spanish nationality and resident of Santomera, who were detained on suspicion of offenses of theft, robbery and fraud.

At the time of the arrest, the detainee with a hefty criminal record it consisted of three judicial claims arising Criminal Courts of Lorca and Murcia on charges of burglary in things and fraud.

Distracted the victims by offering sexual favors

The Civil Guard has now found that the detainees were orchestrating a plan of criminal action directed mainly to the elderly, which consisted of a first contact by the woman allegedly while the man performed guard duty .

Supposedly she was responsible for gaining the trust of victims even to offer sexual favors, with the aim of knowing their home or simply rob it of valuables portasen at that time.

The 'Bakery' operation carried out by the Civil Guard, in collaboration with the local police in Totana, he helped to clarify a dozen crimes attributed presumably to the now detained, including those found to passers theft, robbery with strength in housing and refund fraud through ATMs in bank branches, using primers or stolen credit cards to victims.

The arrest and the proceedings have been brought before the Court of Instruction number 4 of Totana (Murcia).

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