Saturday, 28 November 2020

Thieves Make Hole In Wall To Steal Television From Downtown San Jose Bar

194526_620QCOSTARICA – With the intent of stealing a television set from a bar in downtown San José, two men opened a hole in the wall of the Bar Limón, located on Avenida 7 and Call 1.

However, the masterminds of this heist didn’t get very far, not even out of the door of the bar.

The police report says a tip of two men acting in a suspicious alerted officials of the Fuerza Publica (police), who managed to stop them as they left the bar.

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The men, identified by their last names, Sanchez and Cerdas, who were caught ‘red handed’ as they tried to leave the premises with the TV, have a history of crimes against property.

Both were remanded to th Flagrancy Court (Fiscalía de Flagrancia) for a quick process that includes trial and sentencing the same day.

Source: Teletica.com

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