The Civil Guard have arrested three members of the gang suspected of the crime of theft
They moved from Roquetas de Mar to farms Cieza to steal peaches and distribute greengrocers in the Andalusian village
Those arrested have a history of committing similar crimes facts
Under the 'Plan against theft on farms and livestock farms', the Civil Guard has developed an investigation to clarify the theft of a ton of peaches on a farm in Cieza, which has led to the arrest of three members a criminal group suspected of two counts of theft.
Last May, members of the Team Cieza ROCK began the investigation after detecting the theft of 1,000 Kg. Of peaches from a farm, in order to clarify the criminal act with the identification and arrest of those responsible.
The result of the investigations carried out, the researchers identified a group consisting of three people and settled in Roquetas de Mar (Almería), which allegedly was behind the abduction authorship ton of fruit in Cieza, which was established a monitoring device for agricultural area where the theft was committed to prevent and detect more crimes, if any, the presence of the suspects.
One such surveillances was positive to discover the criminal group in a rural area, apparently moments before committing a robbery, so his arrest was proceeded, thereby avoiding the materialization of another crime.
Research shows that the detainees now departed from Roquetas de Mar to the agricultural area of â€‹â€‹Cieza in evening hours and taking advantage of the scarcity of officers or employees overnight raided farms and subtracted fruit immediately was transferred to the town Almeria and distributed in stores selling fruit.
Romanians arrested, aged between 22 and 37 years, residents in Roquetas de Mar (AL) and a history of similar offenses, together with the proceedings initiated have been made available to the Court of Instruction No. 4 of Cieza (Murcia).
Source: Ministerio del Interior