Urdesa Guayaquil Ecuador: Businessman robbed, murdered in cold blood by motorcyclists

Posted on October 4, 2017 • Filed under: Crime, Ecuador, Ecuador Emergency

eluniverso.com reported (Machine Translated) Martha Gonzalez lives in central Urdesa 30 years ago and yesterday from the portal of her house saw agents of the Violent Death Unit perform the skills to solve the crime of a man who after trying to arrest two individuals who had just raided his business , was shot in the chest.

It happened at 10:40 p.m. on Monday and from that night, police and investigators have interviewed neighbors and workers for clues to catch the men who fled aboard a red motorbike.

Until last Wednesday there were 146 murders in different sectors of the city.

Gonzalez, 57, was worried but at the same time said she was annoyed by the insecurity that she says exists in this area.

“In Urdesa, there are more than 2,000 businesses, they should put police surveillance here on Victor Emilio Estrada and not on Acacias Street (there is the Community Surveillance Unit), there is no one there,” complained the resident.

According to her, after hearing the shots and the shouts, she left her house and found her neighbor in the entrance of his premises in the middle of a pool of blood.

In a video that circulates from the moment of the murder the victim is observed leaving the premises behind a man who carried a wallet and who climbs to a motorcycle that waits for him outside, and shoots in the march.

“There he died without anyone being able to do anything, we feel cornered,” said Nancy Moncayo, who has a business about 50 meters from the scene of the crime.


She explained that the previous week they had assaulted a local neighbor to his, and in the same way the thieves fled on a motorcycle.

Ronald J., client of a business contiguous to the premises assaulted, almost finds itself facing the assailants when they fled. “I was just getting out of training when I heard the shot and immediately passed the sidewalk very close to me,” he said.

He calls for greater lighting in the corner of Victor Emilio Estrada and Jiguas, insisting that it is dangerous.

“Until Calle Guayacanes is illuminated, there is more movement, but from there to Miraflores it becomes dangerous,” urge residents of Urdesa who hope that the $ 5,000 reward that has been established for those who help locate those responsible for this death, help solve the crime.


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