While a live interview was taking place in Socio Vivienda 3, northwest of Guayaquil, and the neighbors protested the insecurity and constant thefts in the sector, a police chase took place when three alleged criminals passed by on a motorcycle through the street that had been closed. for the demonstration.
The residents pointed to the men as those responsible for the assaults and the chase began that ended about 500 meters later, when the suspects jumped down a ravine and ran through the vegetation.
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They managed to escape because, according to witnesses, the soldiers did not go down the ravine until reinforcements arrived.
The motorcycle was abandoned and next to it was a 38-caliber gun with six bullets. The motorcycle is reported as stolen, according to the part that was raised minutes later.
Witnesses to the incident reported that there were shots fired. “They are the seasoned thieves who did not care that we are with posters and police closing the streets. There are robberies here every day. We ask that the military be brought to us, this is already a matter of force majeure,” said a woman who was protesting and who claimed to be the mother of two children with disabilities.
She complained that because of the danger in the sector, she cannot even take a taxi to go home, because the drivers refuse to enter the area. And it is not for less, admitted the woman.
Neighbors reported that yesterday in the area there was an attempted robbery of some delivery men and that at least nine shots were heard.
They explained that days ago, the workers of the garbage collection company were assaulted by individuals who arrived on four motorcycles.
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To this is added that in Socio Vivienda 2, on Monday night, a 27-year-old man who was driving a motorcycle taxi was shot by other subjects who were traveling by motorcycle.
The victim was identified as Cristian Mendoza Arias. Thirteen ballistic signs were found at the scene, while the mototaxi was transferred to the Judicial Police yards.
With this crime go 258 violent deaths in Zone 8 (Guayaquil, Durán and Samborondón). (I)
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