Detuvieron a seis funcionarios del Cicpc por simular un robo y asesinar a un joven en Carupano

Sixty-year-old plans a sexual encounter and is murdered in Mérida

Six Cicpc officials were arrested for simulating a robbery and murdering a young man in Carupano |  reference photo

A 69-year-old man was killed planning a sexual encounter with an 18-year-old woman after she and her partner stole his belongings.

The information was shared on his Instagram account by the national director of the Criminal and Criminal Scientific Investigations Corps, Douglas Rico.

Rico pointed out that the victim Rubén Santiago Castro (69), lthey assaulted and later he was assassinated by Milagros de Jesús Rivas Coto (18) and Luis Ricardo Rangel Albornoz (27) in the Matriz parish, Campo Elías municipality, Mérida state.

planned sexual encounter

Castro had planned a meeting with the 18-year-old girl, who offered her sexual services.

However, this was a way to capture individuals to later steal them.

Later, once the victim arrived at the meeting, Coto contacted his partner and he made an appearance at the scene.

The aggressor entered aggressively and without saying a word attacked the sixty-year-old, giving him multiple wounds with a knife.

detained by the authorities

For her part, the young woman used a machete and finished her partner’s work with one last thrust that ended the man’s life.

Next, the attackers contacted Rainer Yaser Rivas Coto (27), who was in charge of removing several objects from the place.

The authorities detained the perpetrators in La Gran Victoria, Matriz parish, Campo Elías municipality, Mérida state.

Among the evidence found is the machete, clothing and a cell phone, and the case is already being handled by the Public Ministry.

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