Colombia dismantled the bloodthirsty criminal gang of the Aragua Train

Colombia dismantled the bloodthirsty criminal gang of the Aragua Train
Video capture / Colombian Attorney General’s Office

Colombia assured this Tuesday that it had put an end to the acts in that country of the Aragua Traina bloodthirsty criminal organization of Venezuelan origin and that, due to the crisis and forced migration, it has spread to other nations in the region.

“We put an end to the criminal acts of the Tren de Aragua gang in Colombia. A bloodthirsty organization commanded from Venezuela”, reported the Colombian Minister of Defense, Diego Molano, through Twitter.

The official also said that members of the gang tortured and dismembered their victims in neighborhoods in the south of Bogotá.

People tortured and bagged

The Aragua Train would be the criminal organization behind the cases of people found bagged and tortured in Bogotá, reviewed Time. Intelligence information and the investigative work of the Metropolitan Police and the Bogota Prosecutor’s Office indicate that some of the crimes of the last semester could be attributed to a cell of the Venezuelan criminal group.

Molano shared in his trill a photograph in which aliases Alfredito and Capi appear. Security agencies arrested them on July 12 for their alleged connection to the murder of a man in the town of Kennedy on June 18.

The authorities, reported by the Colombian media, indicated that the networks of this group are already present in various sectors of Kennedy, Bosa, Mártires and Santa Fe. Some of the tortured bodies wrapped in black bags have been found in those same towns.

“The Aragua Train is an organization of Venezuelan origin that has been gaining strength in Bogotá. Especially in the area of ​​38 and the María Paz sector. This band is looking seize micro-trafficking markets and have an impact on Los Mártires and Santa Fe,” said the Bogotá sectional director of the Attorney General’s Office.

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