Two people were arrested by the Civil Guard of Almeria in Huercal-Overa for three offences against property. They also had different judicial or police requisitions.
After Huercal-Overa, the local police, informed the Benemerita of the theft of a vehicle in Santa Maria de Nieva district, the Benemerita began an investigation.
During the visual inspection, agents found numerous tools, including goat legs, mallet, and shears that could be used for robberies using force.
The Civil Guard, along with the Huercal-Overa Local Police organized a fence and access control system to the area and the vehicle that was stolen that night. They found that they could travel by taxi and night to reach the Almeria municipality's industrial estate.
The taxi driver, two of his clients and a device that could be used to steal cars were all traveling in the vehicle. After being identified, and verifying their information in the Civil Guard bases, the agents confirmed that they had multiple police requisitions for search and arrest, as well as appearances in Seville and Cadiz, Huelva, Jaen, and Huelva. They were also required to prove their location and address by law in Cadiz and Seville.
After conducting the necessary checks, Civil Guard agents discovered that the detainees had been installed in a rural accommodation close to the spot. They found the vehicle, as well as 123 mobile phones and 8 tablets, 1 laptop and many tools.
The Civil Guard of Almeria arrested two men in connection with a crime of vehicle theft and a crime of forceful robbery inside an establishment in Vera (Murcia), in addition to numerous requisitions of investigation, personification and detention.
The Civil Guard's proceedings, along with the detainees have been provided to the Huercal-Overa Guard.
This investigation is informed by the activities of the Civil Guard of Almeria to fight, prevent and prosecute crimes against heritage which occur in the province.