The reward to capture the murderers of two policemen in Bello, Antioquia is increased to $200 million

The reward to capture the murderers of two policemen in Bello, Antioquia is increased to $200 million

For him murder of patrolmen Andrés Camilo Andrade, 25, a native of Huila, and Geovanny Alcalá, 38 years old, born in Tolima, in a grenade attack and shots in the village of San Félix in BelloAntioquia, increased the reward to achieve the capture of those responsible.

At first, $50 million was offered, but the mayor of Bello, Óscar Andrés Pérez, confirmed that they increased the reward by $150 million, for a total of $200 million.

Meanwhile, the local president regretted the events and said that This Monday, July 18, they will hold an extraordinary council in the area to take new security measures in the area.

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“Two policemen attached to the command of the Bello station were viciously murdered, We are going to hold a security council with the entire public force and the mayors of San Pedro and San Jerónimo.”

In context

Two police officers were attacked with grenades and firearms in the township of San Félix de Bello, Antioquia. The uniformed men had breakfast in a restaurant on the path of La China, on the road between San Pedro de los Milagros and San Félix, when they were attacked by motorized men.

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The commander of the Metropolitan Police of Valle de Aburrá, General Javier Josué Martín Gámez, said that investigations are under way to identify those responsible. Also, They study the videos that were recorded in the security cameras of the sector.

The director of the National Police, General Jorge Luis Vargas assured that those responsible for this attack would be members of the Clan del Golfo. She wrote on his Twitter account: “This is how the criminals of the Clan del Golfo will fall, who took the lives of our patrolmen.”

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