In the municipality of El Colegio, in Cundinamarca, three individuals who had already been prosecuted for the crime of theft escaped after being discovered stealing a truck.
According to the authorities, this would not be the only robbery, there would be several others in Cundinamarca, especially in the Tequendama sector.
The report says that they fled through a mountainous area and between several farms. Apparently, they have them surrounded and hope to arrest them in the next few hours.
In other news from Cundinamarca, the Attorney General’s Office and the Police captured an accused serial rapist who they described as the department’s biggest sexual predator in recent years. He is accused of abusing at least 20 women.
Carlos Silva, sectional director of the Cundinamarca Prosecutor’s Office, indicated that “thanks to coordinated work with the Protection Directorate of the National Police, we managed to capture and prosecute this person, who had been accused of multiple sexual assaults on women inhabitants of the municipalities of Suesca and Guasca”.
He stressed that They have “about 20 documented cases in which this person is accused of being allegedly responsible for these events,” although it is presumed that there are more victims, which is why the face of the alleged serial rapist from Cundinamarca was shown so that those who have been attacked by him can report him.
According to prosecutor Silva, This subject “was traveling on a motorcycle, he offered his transportation services to these ladies, some agreed and once they agreed, he intimidated them with a firearm or sharp weapon.he took them to depopulated, solitary areas, where in some cases he proceeded to physically attack them, strip them of their clothing, and sexually assault them.”
The alleged serial rapist from Cundinamarca also “passed himself off as a member of a subversive group” to threaten the women he abused.
The subject must answer for “the crimes of violent carnal access and violent sexual acts in some of the 20 cases, and was affected with a measure of preventive detention in a prison establishment, and we continue to investigate other cases.”