Mexico: Colombian admits to participating in eleven robberies of customers leaving banks

Posted on July 26, 2012 • Filed under: Crime, Mexico, Police/Military Activity

A man from Colombia, who was arrested outside a bank in the municipality of Zapopan, confessed to having participated in 11 robberies perpetrated against account holders. The detainee is Javier Alejandro Martinez Steel, 40, residing in a hotel provisional Revolution Avenue in Guadalajara.
He was arrested by local police after it was detected in the Scotiabank branch, located in Lopez Mateos, the intersection with Avenue of Roses, was a subject that appeared in a poster Seproban, where he was identified as one of participants in a robbery of a customer, which occurred on May 3, 2012, in the same bank branch in the city of Leon.
Confessed the robberies are as follows:
1) March 2, 2012, theft from a person who left the office Banorte Ninos Heroes, with 25 thousand dollars, which was removed after amagarlo at the junction of Moon Street and Firmament in the Jardines del Bosque in Guadalajara. Read Article

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