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A man identified as Gumersindo Velasquez SavalaA 53-year-old man was handcuffed and abandoned on the banks of the Rimac River after his truck was stolen in the Lima area. Lurigancho – Chosika. According to the victim, the events took place around 22:00 on Thursday, April 27.
Gumercindo Velázquez was driving along the Evitamiento road and in the midst of Santa Anita Bridge he was intercepted by a white van, from which three men got out, pushed him into the car, tied him hand and foot and took him away in an unknown direction.
Later he was thrown into Avenue Ramiro Prialeon high Carapongo bridge, on the banks of the river Rimak. He remained there all night until, at about 5 o’clock in the morning, a citizen noticed his presence and turned for help to two non-commissioned officers who were just patrolling the area.
The victim brought goods worth 50,000 soles
The victim was in a state of shock, so the PPP agents began to calm him down. Gumersindo Velazquez indicated that she was transporting 360 cases of chicken in the direction of San Ramon to Chanchamayo, worth about 50,000 soles.
“They tied my hands and feet. We came to the Rimak River and they threw me there.. I was driving from the south to San Ramon, Chanchamayo. He carried 360 boxes of chickens. I was there from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. until the police ladies came and rescued me,” he said.
Colonel Martin Araujo He gave details of the incident and noted that specialized units such as the Motor Theft Authority, Traffic and Robbery Division are also working to find and seize the white van involved in the robbery, as well as the man’s truck. who was attacked
“A warning is given by a citizen at about 6:00 am. It was on this occasion that the road non-commissioned officers from East Lima, who were patrolling Ramiro Priale, asked for the help of a man, so they quickly proceeded to release her. The robbery was committed by three armed men who got out of a white van, SUV.” finished.
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