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The Civil Guard dismantles a youth group that is attributed to fifteen robberies in homes in Los Alcázares (22/05/2019)

Small appliances, tools and household items have been recovered

They are also related to the alleged traffic of narcotic substances in places frequented by young people

The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia, in the framework of the operation 'TRANSLATION', has arrested eight youth six of them minors, alleged members of a criminal group settled in the town of Los Alcázares, which are It attributes the presumed authorship of the crimes of burglary with force in housing (15), damages (2), drug trafficking and reception.

The development of the investigation, framed in the 'Plan against home theft', has culminated with the recovery of various objects that, once identified, have been returned to their rightful owners.

The operation began last December, when the Civil Guard learned of a series of robberies with force committed in homes in Los Alcázares, facts that had caused some social alarm.

The Civil Guards found out that there was a common pattern in the modus operandi used to access the buildings, as well as geographical proximity between the assaulted homes, all located in the urban area of ​​Los Alcázares.

The agents gathered the necessary evidence and carried out exhaustive technical-ocular inspections and other inquiries, which allowed them to find out that behind these events there could be an organized group dedicated to theft in homes.

For several months, the Benemérita established a series of police devices of discreet vigilance in the affected areas, which led to the identification of several young people, most of them minors.

After several months of investigation and once obtained the necessary indications, the Civil Guard has arrested the suspects and has recovered different objects among which are small appliances, tools and household items.

There are eight young people, six of them minors, who are allegedly responsible for the crimes of burglary in housing (15), damage (2), drug trafficking and reception.

Apparently, the youth group now dismantled had organized a criminal network whose main objective was the theft of small objects, easy to transport, from inside homes.

According to the investigation, in order to carry out their criminal actions, they carefully studied the buildings, their accesses and the possible escape routes.

Once determined the viability to carry out the robbery, they found out the schedules and the routines of their inhabitants to act in their absence, generally, at dawn.

They assaulted homes with agility and expertise

To enter the houses they forced doors or windows and even climbed by stairs to the upper floors or terraces, with evident agility, which allowed them to access the less protected areas and away from the view of possible witnesses.

Once inside, they were 'made' with small appliances, money in cash, jewelry and other valuables with which they fled to a meeting point where they were distributed and managed delivery to another person, of legal age, allegedly responsible for making them reach the 'black' market.

The meticulous analysis of the information obtained and the effects recovered have made it possible to link those arrested with the presumed authorship of at least 15 crimes of burglary with force in housing.

In addition, the alleged traffic of narcotic substances in places of concurrence of young people of the municipality is attributed to them.

The TRANSLATION operation has culminated with the dismantling of a criminal group, of a juvenile nature, whose eight members have been arrested as alleged perpetrators of robbery with force in housing (15), damages (2), drug trafficking and reception.

The Civil Guard has recovered many effects, among which are small appliances, tools and household items that, once identified by their legitimate owners, have been returned.

The detainees, the recovered effects and the diligences instructed have been made available to the Court of San Javier and the Minors Office of Murcia.

Source: Ministerio del Interior

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