The alleged authorship of the crime of robbery with force in housing is attributed to them
So far, four criminal acts have been clarified
Researchers have recovered part of the stolen effects
The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia has developed an investigation, framed in the ‘Plan against theft in homes’, which has resulted in the arrest of two people dedicated to this type of crime and has been clarified, so far, four criminal acts committed in La Aljorra-Cartagena.
Effective Prevention of Citizen Security of the Benemérita began the investigation in mid-summer, after detecting an increase in the commission of robberies with force in homes in the hamlet of La Aljorra Cartagena.
The exhaustive technical-ocular inspections carried out in the homes that were the object of the theft allowed us to obtain numerous indications about the perpetrators of the criminal acts, as well as to verify that they used the stairs or the force on doors and windows to access the interior of the buildings with great secrecy. and subtract all kinds of objects that would allow easy transportation and subsequent sale.
The first inquiries also allowed the agents to track down two young people, neighbors of the town, who allegedly were behind the authorship of the criminal acts investigated.
At the same time, the researchers carried out various inspections in shops selling second hand effects and waste management centers, with the purpose of detecting any transaction of stolen effects.
As a result of the inspections, the Civil Guards detected a series of deliveries of metal material in a Cartagena scrap yard from some of the assaulted homes, which was recovered, brought to justice and returned to its rightful owner.
Once all the necessary evidence has been obtained and the two suspects identified, the Civil Guard established a search device that has culminated with its location, arrest and later being brought to justice as alleged perpetrators of robbery with force in matters.
The analysis of the information obtained during the investigation has made it possible to clarify, up to now, four crimes of robbery with force in houses of La Aljorra-Cartagena, although the investigation continues open, so it is not excluded that those now arrested may be involved in more criminal acts.
The Moroccan detainees, aged 19 and 20 and residents of Cartagena, the recovered effects and the proceedings have been made available to the Court of Instruction of Cartagena (Murcia)