Prosecutors explain the common denominator in cases of homicides and disappearances dedicated to the hauling business


Campines pointed out that the vehicle is the dam through which it is going to be taken out of the country, and it may be due to the demand that is required in Costa Rica.

Prosecutors explain the common denominator in cases of homicides and disappearances dedicated to the hauling business

Julio Campines and Yuriel Medina, Circuit Prosecutors of the Homicide and Femicide Section of the metropolitan area. Photo: Radio Panama

The Circuit Prosecutors of the Homicide and Femicide Section of the metropolitan area, Yuriel Medina and Julio Campines, explained this Wednesday what is the common denominator in the cases of homicides and disappearances dedicated to the hauling business.

Medina stressed that within the cases it has been seen that the common denominator is that these people are hired for some haulage in a certain place, and when they arrive there the person is not located from that moment. Generally, the places used for these events are in North Panama, where two bodies of people dedicated to these tasks have already been located.

For his part, Campines pointed out that the vehicle is the dam through which it will be taken out of the country. “This is due to many ways, it may be due to the demand that is required in Costa Rica for this type of vehicle (pick up). Thefts of these vehicles (pick up) have occurred mainly in three provinces: Panama, West Panama and Chiriquí. Within these investigations, 9 people remain prosecuted with precautionary measures,” he said.

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