Quito Ecuador: 18 teenagers lost in bosque del cerro Ungüí rescued after being robbed

Posted on August 1, 2014 • Filed under: Crime, Ecuador, Police/Military Activity

ministeriointerior.gob.ec Quito-the police national rescued este miercoles 18 Teens lost in the forest of the Hill Ungui in Quito after exit abrupt career in the presence of several unidentified individuals who had threatened them with weapons, trying to steal their belongings.

Agents Chilibulo, Mena, and Eloy district Lloa circuits Alfaro, managed to get safely to 18 minors, who had decided to meet from the hours of the morning in this popular public sector in the South of Quito, with the purpose of sharing a space between friends.
One of the victims, made the call to the national police, immediately making an operation by air and land, placing all children safe, and seized minutes later, to Wilson Gabriel M.M., 37-year-old Ecuadorian, one of the alleged perpetrators of the crime, in the mountains.
Special units of the Group of motorized operations (GOM), the Group of special operations (GOE), group intervention and rescue (GIR), Aeropolicial, Dinapen and urban service personnel, helped to secure this group of friends rescue.
Gendarmes found in possession of the detainee, a tablet of white and pink cell phone, devices allegedly abducted two teenage victims of the offence.
Wilson Gabriel M.M. was entered into the area of temporary assurance of flagrante delicto unit of Pichincha and orders of the authorities responsible for the formalities of law. Read Article

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