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Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Ciudad Valles, San Luis Potosí: State Police Secure Video Surveillance Cameras Allegedly Owned By A Criminal Group

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat 

Within the framework of the intelligence actions developed by the State Police to continue giving a frontal fight to crime. It is reported that several video surveillance cameras allegedly owned by a criminal group who is accused of being the main generator of violence in municipalities of the Huasteca Zone.

It was Tuesday afternoon that uniformed personnel went to various places, based on the intelligence and analysis work carried out by elements of the State Police, several video surveillance cameras were detected that were in strategic points and by which criminals monitored the movements of security corporations.

Authorities managed to seize 09 video surveillance cameras located in uninhabited homes and commercial premises, which were disabled.

The video surveillance cameras of this considered "criminal mini c3" were placed at the disposal of the Attorney General's Office.

With these actions, the State Police endorses its commitment to provide protection to families and fight violence and crime frontally.

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  1. Land bridge opens in November, Mexicans citizens will be able to cross. We hope!!!!!!

    1. But da Carlos, they won't open all because they are busy changing diapers of migrants.
      I am sorry ☹️ won't open.

    2. U are probably right. We r to busy baby sitting Biden 20,000 homeless children locked up in cages.

    3. Yep Carlos they are locked up in caves, of the animals at the San Diego zoo.


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