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Five arrested for alleged theft in a shop in Mazarron (29/03/2012)

Five people, two men and three women - one of whom was a minor-have been detained by local police for an alleged crime Mazarrón of robbery at a shop in the town.

Specifically about 18.41 hours notice is received through the 112 emergency phone that warned that in an establishment located at the Street of Mazarron there had been a robbery, having been attacked and intimidated with a knife one of the clerks of the establishment.

The alleged perpetrators would be several Roma people, both women and men.

The call also reported that the suspects had fled the scene in a red car Opel Corsa, which had left for Puerto de Mazarron.

That was when several members of the local police immediately established a special device that resulted in the location of said vehicle when traveling on the urbanization of the Alamillo towards Cartagena.

The vehicle was registered by the police, finding abundant material inside the premises belonging to where he had committed the alleged theft.

The occupants of the vehicle were two men and three women, residents of Cartagena, Elche and Alguazas.

In all but the youngest, while noting numerous precedents for crimes against property, as well as investigation of residence and whereabouts by different courts.

The alleged perpetrators of the robbery were arrested and taken by the local police at the barracks of the Guardia Civil in Puerto Mazarron to the statement of proceedings and brought to justice.

The vehicle was taken to deposit the local police.

Also on Tuesday March 27 Mazarrón Local Police proceeded to the confiscation of various material that was intended to sell on the Paseo Francisco Martínez Muñoz of Puerto Mazarron irregularly.

About 1 pm, officials said body proceeded to the seizure and confiscation of pirate CDs plus 100, and plenty of poles and pants of various brands.

This material was taken into custody by the citizen of Moroccan origin who sought to make the sale, instructing the relevant inquiries and complaints.

This operation is part of the special operative surveillance of street vendors that have developed effective civilian Local Police in various commercial areas of the municipality, and in the weekly markets and Puerto Mazarron.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón

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