Couple who were caught stealing cables in downtown Santa Cruz are captured by Interpol

Couple who were caught stealing cables in downtown Santa Cruz are captured by Interpol

July 11, 2023, 1:54 PM

July 11, 2023, 1:54 PM

In the hands of the Police The couple who was caught stealing cables in the heart of the Santa Cruz capitala fact that was recorded by a neighbor who reproached his actions and spread the images on social networks.

“You can’t do that, they are our neighbors”, the neighbor claimed that he surprised the man pulling the cables, so he also recorded his partner who was waiting for him near the place. “WhoaHow many hungry like me? I amI’m starving, if you want to give me food, then give me,” replied the subject, a Colombian national.

Seconds after being scolded by the neighbor and being warned that she would call the Police, the man and his partner left the place walking, holding hands.

After the video spread on social networks, the Interpol Police carried out a search operation until they found the couple. This Tuesday, the couple was presented to the media, at a conference convened at the Police Command.

The departmental commander of the Santa Cruz Police, Colonel Erick Holguín, indicated that the incident occurred at 5:00 a.m. on July 10, between Colón and Buenas Aires streets, in the Santa Cruz capital, where the couple was stealing the cables owned by a telephone company.

“Interpol personnel carry out the operation and proceeds to the apprehension of María René Díaz Rivero (27) and Felipe Rodrigo Vargas Mera (30)“said the police chief.

Holguín indicated that the woman has a record of aggravated robbery, an act she committed in February 2023.

The Minister of Government, Eduardo del Castillo, indicated that the man of Colombian nationality and his partner, of Bolivian nationality, will be made available to the Public Ministry.

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