So far more than a dozen crimes have been clarified
Allegedly, through blows, they fractured several parts of the vehicles, such as mirrors and bodywork
The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia has developed the operation 'KARMAZ', an investigation aimed at clarifying several crimes of damage against vehicles parked in Mazarrón, which has resulted in the identification, location and investigation of three minors, who are He has instructed them as alleged perpetrators of damage.
Following the operation, civil guards specializing in Citizen Security Prevention have clarified more than a dozen vehicle damage crimes.
The proceedings began last December, when the Civil Guard was alerted to the commission of numerous damages against vehicles that were parked in the urban area of â€‹â€‹Mazarrón, facts that had caused social alarm among the population.
Collaboration with the Mazarrón Local Police
Civil guards moved to the site and, in collaboration with the Mazarrón Local Police, initiated the corresponding investigation to clarify the facts and identify their perpetrators.
The events took place during the early hours of December 9, when, apparently, a group of young people, for no apparent reason, began to indiscriminately hit all the vehicles that were parked at that moment in the streets where they were walking.
These actions caused considerable damage to the vehicles, the majority resulted in fractured mirrors and deformed bodywork.
As a result of the investigations carried out, the researchers found that the youth group that allegedly was behind the authorship of the criminal acts was made up of three young people, in this case, minors.
Once all the necessary evidence has been obtained, the Civil Guard has located and investigated the three young people, who have been instructed as alleged perpetrators of the crime of damage.
The investigation shows that those now investigated, with their acts of vandalism, allegedly damaged 13 vehicles parked in the urban area of â€‹â€‹Mazarrón.
The investigated and the proceedings have been made available to the Juvenile Prosecutor's Office of Murcia.
Source: Ministerio del Interior