They offer a millionaire reward for the whereabouts of hitmen who tried to attack the son of “La Gata”

They offer a millionaire reward for the whereabouts of hitmen who tried to attack the son of “La Gata”
They offer a millionaire reward for the whereabouts of hitmen who tried to attack the son of “La Gata”

03:31 PM

The Metropolitan Police of Barranquilla offers up to 15 million pesos in reward for information that allows us to find the whereabouts of those responsible for the attack that, apparently, was directed against Jorge Luis Alfonso López, son of “La Gata”.

In the poster released by the authorities The faces of six men and the woman were revealed who would have acted as a “bell ringer” while the aforementioned hitmen committed the attack.

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The violent incident occurred on May 23 at the IPS Mediclinica in Barranquilla. The security cameras were able to record the moment when the men – disguised as police officers – entered the health center and overpowered the security guard. Afterwards, they went to the offices and They killed two people.

The Police assured that they will guarantee the confidentiality of the human source that manages to provide information about the whereabouts of the hitmen.

The criminals remained on the fourth floor of the medical center for three minutes. First, They killed Edelmiro Anaya González, alias “Chicho Anaya”, a former paramilitary who they had already tried to assassinate on May 4. Later, they killed the bodyguard Edward Montero de la Hoz.

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“El Gatico”, apparently, was the main objective of the criminals and he was saved because the gunmen could not find his room.

The son of Enilce López – the missing czar of chance – continues under medical observation. There he receives various treatments and Inpec personnel are already guarding him.

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