The alleged actions of detainees created alarm among the population
The Civil Guard has developed a police operation that has led to the arrest of two persons suspected of theft and theft by the procedure "sunshades.
So far, failing to analyze all the information obtained, the detainees were charged at least two crimes, one of theft and one of theft, committed during the last month in Cieza.
La Guardia Civil began last September, a police operation to have knowledge of the commission of several robberies and thefts of documents and theft of cash that prompted alarm among the population.
Early investigations led to the Civil Guard to see how these crimes were committed in the vicinity of offices of banks, the victims being people who had made withdrawals of significant amounts of money in advance.
He then established a broad research device, consisting of surveillance in the areas likely to commit such crimes, as well as task analysis of information obtained in order to understand both the physical descriptions such as the identities of the alleged perpetrators.
The result of this device, after hard work, the Civil Guard narrowed the research to a group consisting of two persons, acting fully coordinated, obtaining qualitative data to know them.
After obtaining all necessary evidence was introduced the requirement to search and locate the persons identified in these robberies, coming during the morning of Monday, day 25, the arrest and subsequent remand in custody of two people suspected of the facts investigated.
The modus operandi of these people is known as "sunshades.
Initially set their usual victims among elderly at that track to realize if they make withdrawals from banks or carry large amounts of cash to make purchases.
Once designated, the victims alleged perpetrators, through carelessness, distraction or the use of force, subtract the cash or documents of banks making cash refunds later.
As part of this operation has proceeded to the arrest of two persons suspected of committing the crimes of theft and robbery, identified as:
-Bulgarian, 38 years old and living in Molina de Segura.
-Bulgarian, 34 years old and living in Molina de Segura.
The police had arrested and educated have been made available to the Magistrate's Court Number One of Cieza (Murcia), which has exercised the judicial management of the operation.
The operation is open to continuing research and analysis of information obtained in order to verify the authorship of those arrested in other crimes.
Source: Delegación del Gobierno en Murcia