They posed as police officers and stole $57 million from a supermarket manager

They posed as police officers and stole $57 million from a supermarket manager
They posed as police officers and stole $57 million from a supermarket manager

A gang of criminals made off with important loot after assaulting the manager of the branch of Tadicor in San Martin. The incident occurred this Monday, minutes after 9:30, when the store manager, 34 years old, was traveling in a van along with two other employees to a bank. to deposit the proceeds from the long weekend.

The thieves, who were disguised as police officers, approximately $57 million in cash was stolenwhich were transported in two boxes.

According to police information, the victims were driving a gray Totoya Hilux on a dirt street, located south of the entrance to the Tadicor supermarket, in the vicinity of the Mebna neighborhood. At that point, two men dressed in refractory vests and police clothing They signaled them to stop, simulating a fixed-position operation.

After stopping the truck, one of the fake police officers asked the employee driving for his license. But he immediately took a pistol from among his clothes and, under threats, He got into the vehicle along with another accomplice.

Then they forced them to drive to the vicinity of a garbage dump on Míguez Street, where they made the employees get off and They escaped in the truck towards the East Access. In addition to the vehicle and the money, the criminals took two cell phones from the victims, who were injured and walked back to the supermarket.

The truck was found, in a state of abandonmentat kilometer 1,006 of the East Access, near Las Niñas streets, without the keys in place and with the lights on.

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