$30 million reward for the perpetrators of the murder of a young man in Villa Aida

The Malambo mayor’s office has raised up to $30 million pesos for information from the perpetrators or those responsible for the death of the 16-year-old teenager during a robbery in the Villa Aida neighborhood on June 13.

The information was provided by Mayor Rumenigge Monsalve during an extraordinary security council in the municipality, a space where it was also agreed to strengthen the actions of the authorities in certain sectors of the municipality.

“In solidarity with the minor’s family, we have increased the reward by up to 30 million pesos. We need the community to cooperate with the authorities and tell us where are these individuals who robbed young Mariana’s life and dreams,” the president said.

For his part, the commander of the sixth district of the Metropolitan Police, Lieutenant Colonel Camilo Gómez, assured that progress is being made together with the CTI of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in the judicial investigation into the arrest of the criminals who took the lives of the adolescent Mariana Zuluaga.

“We are going to find the whereabouts of these subjects. The investigation is progressing and we will not stop,” he said.

The officer confirmed that thanks to the information provided by the community itself, the motorcycle on which these antisocials were mobilizing was found in the Villa Berta neighborhood.

On the other hand, the mayor announced another reward of up to 10 million pesos for information that will allow the identification and location of the individuals who in recent days attacked a Malambo merchant, owner of the Miki Gourmet Restaurant, located in the district El Concorde. .




Source: El heraldo

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