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Saturday, August 14, 2021

Chihuahua, CHIH: Gang Dedicated To Pickup Theft Apprehended

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

They used sophisticated devices to open the new model trucks and turn on the vehicles without making noise

The Attorney General's Office announced that a criminal gang dedicated to the theft of pick up vehicles was arrested in the city of Chihuahua; work that was achieved through investigative work in which the Municipal Public Security Directorate also participated.

The authorities detailed that the criminal gang whose modus operandi was to commit the robberies during the early hours of the morning, used sophisticated devices to open the new model trucks and turn on the vehicles without making noise, so that victims noticed the robbery hours later.

It was through the coordinated work between agents of the Specialized Unit in Investigation of Vehicle Theft, police of the State Investigation Agency and UARC Special Groups of the Municipal Public Security Directorate that evidence such as video recordings of the Chihuahua Shield Platform and various devices that were used and obtained.

Arrest warrants were fulfilled against Jordi Rogelio C. R, Enrique M. J. alias "El Oso", Jorge Alberto G. Fr. alias "El Tecas", Edgar Iván G. T. alias "El Gori" and Víctor Enrique C. A. alias "El Pelón."

After being brought before a control judge, it was decided to initiate criminal proceedings against the accused, for the crime of vehicle theft without violence, 4 of them under the precautionary measure of preventive detention.

It is worth mentioning that on August 5, El Heraldo de Chihuahua revealed that in a period of seven months 522 vehicles were stolen in the city of Chihuahua, with or without violence, according to reports obtained from the Attorney General's Office itself.

It was also reported that within a monthly average it was established that between 70 and 80 vehicle thefts are generated every 30 days, of which 80 to 90 percent correspond to robberies without violence and the rest, between 10 and 20 percent correspond to reports of vehicles that are stolen with luxury of violence, such as through threats with firearms, armed attacks and other mechanisms where the alleged assailants exert pressure.

El Heraldo de Chihuahua

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