Three wounded by bullets in an attack against a historical monument in Contulmo that was burned

Around 6:40 p.m., a call alerted the Carabineros about a new arson attack. This time it is an attack against the Molino Grollmus Eco-Museum, located on the route that joins Cañete with Contulmo. The hooded men fired shots, resulting in three injured people, including Carlos Grollmus, owner of the property.

According to preliminary information, the group of subjects arrived at around 6:30 p.m. at the place, located at kilometer 3 of Route P-700. There they fired shots and later carried out the arson attack against the museum. The victims were inside the compound when the unknown individuals fired the shots.

The presidential delegate, Humberto Toro, confirmed that three people were injured with gunshot wounds, of varying degrees.

“In the Contulmo Hospital there are three injured people, plus a female person who is in a fainting situation. Of the three people who are in the hospital, the one who is most complex is, precisely, Mr. Carlos Grollmus, owner of the place, who apparently has an exposed wound on his shoulder and some other pellets on his face and body. said Bull. “The other two patients are doing well regularly,” he said.

Additionally, Toro explained that “the information we have so far is that it would be these two properties that would be burned, plus a truck. There were shots against Carabineros who wanted to reach the place, but there were quite a few tree flips. It was possible to determine, at this time , that in the Contulmo Hospital there are three injured people, plus a female person who is in a fainting situation. Of the three people who are in the hospital, one is more complex, which is precisely Mr. Carlos, who is the owner of the place, who apparently has an exposed wound on his man and other pellets on his face and body. The other two patients are regularly well.”

Government announces lawsuit

After knowing the facts, the undersecretary of the Interior, Manuel Monsalve, announced -on behalf of the Government- that he will file a lawsuit against those responsible for the attack.

Monsalve classified the act as a “cowardly criminal act.”

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