Mon. Sep 26th, 2022

Valencia, September 21 (EFE) .- The Valencia Civil Guard arrested a 33-year-old man accused of stealing four registration vehicles to commit another theft, such as the theft of a safe from a Sedavi nightclub containing 30,000 euros in cash.

The ‘Springwells’ operation began when the owner of a well-known nightclub in Sedavi denounced that they entered his vessel and stole a safe containing 30,000 euros, reported by the Civil Guard on Wednesday.

Moments later, a local police patrol from El Puig de Santa María after 4 a.m. detected a stopped car with a punctured front left wheel and its driver trying to change it.

As they approached, the driver fled on foot and skidded down a municipal road. Agents found several tools in the trunk that were used to commit the robbery, such as a kickstand, screwdriver and a pair of scissors.

Later, the Civil Guard learned that a robbery had taken place that night at an industrial estate in El Puig, in which a high-end welder, a laptop, radio and batteries were stolen.

Finally, the Civil Guard arrested a 33-year-old Algerian citizen in the capital for robbery, vehicle theft, vehicle theft, forgery of public documents, disobedience, reckless driving and driving. Vehicles without obtaining the relevant approval. During the arrest, the author identified himself to the officers with a fake residence permit.

The Valencia Civil Guard seized four high-end vehicles worth more than 178,000 euros, which were used to commit crimes by bending their license plates, and have already been returned to their owners.

The proceedings were transferred to the Court of First Instance of Catarroza and direction number 2, which ordered the arrest of the detainee.

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