FAN locates more than 44,000 liters of fuel buried in Bolívar

The FAN reported the location of more than 44,000 liters of fuel while conducting search, location and tracking operations for the armed criminal gang “El Negro Juancho” in the Imataca Forest Reserve in Bolívar state. The military organization detained two Colombian citizens “from the population of Inírida-Guainía who arbitrarily and illegally entered national territory to plunder national resources in security areas protected by the State, such as the Yapacana National Park.”


This Thursday, June 8, the National Armed Forces (FAN) reported the location of more than 44,000 liters of fuel, which were buried, when it carried out search, location and tracking operations for the armed criminal gang “El Negro Juancho” in the Imataca Forest Reserve of Bolívar state.

According to the report of the Strategic Operational Command of the Armed Forces (Ceofan), this gang carries out illegal mining works and destroys the environment in State security areas.

The General in Chief, Domingo Hernandez Larez, who runs the Ceofan, also indicated that they found three outboard motors, 20 current generators, 13 engines, hydropneumatic percussion hammers, 21 hydraulic pumps “and other logistical materials” that were buried in an illegal makeshift camp.

In its social networks, the FAN also reported that, within the plans of Operation Autana, it detained two Colombian citizens “from the population of Inírida-Guainía who arbitrarily and illegally entered national territory to plunder national resources in areas security areas protected by the State, such as the Yapacana National Park. These illegal operations of occupation and destruction of Amazonian heritage are motorized and orchestrated from Colombia by transnational groups that generate violence, through the silent invasion and the use of indigenous caleteros and espalieros to divert attention from the true apocalyptic plot of the Amazon.

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