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The Civil Guard arrests the alleged robber of a trade in Abanilla (19/11/2016)

He assaulted the establishment and wounded the employee with a large knife

He is allegedly charged with the crime of robbery with violence and intimidation and serious injuries

The Benemérita has had the collaboration of citizens and the Local Police

The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia, within the framework of the 'Security Improvement Plan in the Commerce Sector', has developed an investigation aimed at clarifying a robbery committed in a commercial establishment of Abanilla, which has been settled with the location and Arrest of the alleged perpetrator a neighbor of the municipality with a large criminal record three hours after the event, which is attributed to the alleged perpetrator of crimes of robbery with violence and intimidation and serious injuries.

Last Sunday, November 13, the Benemérita was alerted of the commission of a robbery with violence in a commercial establishment of Abanilla.

Its owner, a Chinese citizen, was the subject of an assault with a weapon that managed to repel, although, as a result of the violence used, he was wounded with a deep cut in one of his hands.

Civil Guard personnel moved to the place where members of the Local Police of the municipality were already at first and alerted by the incident, had moved to interview the victim and gather information.

The first investigations allowed the agents to find out that the robber, dressed in a ski mask, entered the establishment with a large knife with which threatened the employee demanding that he open the box or otherwise cut his neck.

The employee confronted his aggressor who, before fleeing the scene, attacked him with the knife and produced a deep cut in his hand, so he had to be transferred to a hospital in the capital, where he was sutured. Cuts he had on three of his fingers.

Citizen collaboration

The incident, committed after three in the afternoon of Sunday, had startled the residents of the area, some of whom could provide the physical description of the suspect who, when leaving the establishment, removed his balaclava from his face and fled to Foot of the place.

Thanks to these collaborations, the Guardia Civil focused the investigation on a young man, neighbor of the municipality and with a bulky criminal history, which was outlined as the author of the robbery.

The investigation continued until he found out that this person had come the night before the establishment, although he made no purchase, supposedly with the intention of knowing the details of the premises such as the location of the cash register and the number of employees.

In less than three hours, the Guardia Civil located the suspect in his home and requested his presence in the premises of the Barracks of Abanilla, where he was arrested as alleged perpetrator of robbery with violence and intimidation and serious injuries.

The arrested Spanish, 39 years old and resident of Abanilla and the investigations have been made available to the Court of Instruction of Cieza (Murcia).

Security Sector Improvement Plan

At the end of 2013, as a result of the collaboration between the Secretaries of State for Security and Commerce, the Security Improvement Plan in the Commerce Sector was born to increase the security of the Sector, through collaborations and contacts, preventive devices and actions Of investigation aimed at the prosecution of criminal acts affecting the commerce sector.

The General Direction of the Civil Guard has formulated a series of measures focused on crimes against the patrimony as well as crimes against the socioeconomic order, with the purpose of interacting with the collective of merchants and thus to improve their security and to strengthen this sector.

The main objectives of the aforementioned Plan are crimes against property, which affect the security of traders and can generate economic losses, and crimes against the socio-economic order, such as fraud, tax offenses and all those that may influence In competition between companies.

The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia has established the necessary guidelines for citizen security units and specialists in the Judicial Police to coordinate efforts in dealing with issues related to prevention and security in commerce.

Among the missions planned for its development are the training actions on security issues led by the Civil Guard to the traders themselves.

In this sense, relations and communications with the sector have intensified, both through its own security departments, for those large companies that have them, and through designated representatives.

In this way, the professionals of the sector will maintain a more direct and effective contact with the Benemérita, through meetings where particular cases and common modes of action ( "modus operandi") of these criminals can be studied, that can favor the companies in function of Their problems and specific needs.

To this end, information leaflets have recently been published and distributed for the dissemination of the Plan among businesses in the Region, which include Civil Guard contact numbers, recommendations on how to improve security, and a decalogue for Self-protection of establishments.

Decalogue of Self-Protection and Security

Inform the Civil Guard (062) or Nearest place of the presence in the premises of strange persons or vehicles that may infuse suspicions

Never put in danger the life or physical integrity in case of being victims of these crimes.

Maintain regular contact between the responsible of the establishment and the Civil Guard Post of the demarcation to facilitate the exchange of information.

Observe people who are in the establishment in a vigilant or suspicious attitude, who are browsing and maintaining a behavior that indicates that they do not intend to make purchases.

Stay alert to the entrance and stay of groups of people who, taking advantage of their number, can carry out thefts or other illegal action.

Avoid having large amounts of money in the establishment, not accumulate in the cash registers and try to be accompanied at the time of transfer.

Pay attention and distrust of the people who enter the establishment with helmets or any element that hinders their visual identification.

Install combined systems of active and passive security surveillance, indicating their presence by means of suitable signs, inside and outside the building, ensuring that the security cameras focus on the access of the establishment and places where the cash registers are located.

Do not inform unknown persons about the security systems installed in the establishment.

To denounce all the criminal acts of which it is object.

Source: Ministerio del Interior

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