Two members of the “Colombia” gang were caught red-handed by agents of the Municipal Patrol and the Buenos Aires Police when they stole a car, while the other two were detained while robbing vehicles in Martínez.
Three men and a woman of Colombian nationality were arrested for being part of a car theft gang in the northern area of the suburbs of Buenos Aires.
The “control” was the technique the attackers had to open the cars. They positioned themselves a few meters away from the victims and used signal inhibitors, at which time the car owner activated the alarm, which in most cases is activated with the central locking. They then searched the money, cell phone and valuables.
One of the operators of the security cameras of the Municipality of San Isidro observed a man and a woman suspiciously looking at cars at the intersection of Vietes and Alberellos streets in the city of Martinez.
It was then that agents of the municipal patrol and the police of the province went there. When an attempt is made to identify them, they flee in the direction of the Akasuso train station through the Viets. He was finally taken into custody a few blocks away while crossing General Pueredon Street. The suspects had alarm jammers, purses, and high-end cell phones.
In another episode, following a call to the municipal emergency line, agents of the San Isidro Patrol and members of the Buenos Aires Police went to Santa Fe and Rodríguez Peña Avenues in Martinez, where they found two Colombian men checking a Toyota Hiace and Found stealing Belongings.