Two persons on a motorcycle were the perpetrators of a criminal attack that killed a woman on Wednesday afternoon, January 23, at 47th Street with 14 Carrera, sector of the Cevillar neighborhood, in the south of Barranquilla.
Witnesses to the incident pointed out that the victim, identified as Roxana Carolina Ortiz, 31, had arrived at the point where a casual outlet operates and at about 1:45 p.m., after remaining alone for a few minutes, apparently pretending to wait for one person she was approached by the motorists.
According to those present, one of them spoke to the woman and then pulled out a firearm to shoot her.
Ortiz suffered at least three gunshot wounds to his humanity and fell to the ground in front of dozens of people stationed in that commercial area. His death was instant. The same attack injured another person who was helped and taken to Nazareth hospital. This would supposedly be a casual salesperson who stays on point.
In regards to the fatality, it was revealed that he lived in the Villate neighborhood and apparently reached Cevillar after receiving a call while staying at his home. She allegedly told her mother to “take care of the children” while returning from an “errand”.
Barranquilla’s Metropolitan Police reported that they are looking for the woman’s partner, as this was the one who allegedly summoned her to the point where the attack took place.
Source: El heraldo
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