Agents from the National Police, assigned to the Judicial Police Group of the Andujar Police Station, arrested a Jaen resident aged 37 as the accused perpetrator of several robberies in a hospital.
According to the investigation, he was able to access the warehouse, where he claimed to have accessed medical supplies with restricted access cards. Later, he presented the material to various clinics in the area, and calculated that the theft was worth more than 2,200 euros.
A complaint was filed by the hospital's administrators at the Police Station. This led to the investigation being initiated. It was claimed that there was no other sanitary material, specifically latex and Nitrile gloves. This is despite not knowing who or what could have been the source.
He took the card of a cleaner officer
To identify the suspect, the investigators devised a special plan that included different surveillance and controls in the hospital as well as in the surrounding area. This allowed them to identify the person arrested who was subject to different surveillance. They also detected how he provided the material from the different.
The investigators also discovered that he had stolen the card of a worker at the health center, specifically the card of a cleaner officer, which allowed him to access restricted areas like the warehouse, where all sorts of medical material was stored. .
The detainee gained access to his private vehicle via the rear of the hospital. He parked it in the areas reserved for medical personnel. After entering using the restricted card, he selected the material, put it in backpacks and left the vehicle to offer and to sell the material.