SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Sep 2 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The National Police have arrested a 50-year-old man with a history as the alleged perpetrator of two crimes of robbery with force in things and one of robbery or theft of the use of a vehicle after carrying out a moon landing at the end of July in an optician of the Avenida de Venezuela in Santa Cruz de Tenerife to steal the cash register.
In a statement, the Higher Police Headquarters of the Canary Islands has explained that the investigators learned on July 31 of the break in of an optician in the neighborhood of La Salud.
Once the alunicero was able to access the establishment, he seized the cash register and part of the glasses exposed to the public, then fleeing the place quickly.
Based on the procedures carried out by the first acting agents, who recovered the vehicle used in the moon landing, they identified the alleged perpetrator of the robbery, who allegedly forced an off-road vehicle parked in the Santa Cruz Juan Pablo II street and, after making a bridge, was He drove the same to the neighborhood of Health.
There, he repeatedly rammed the access door of an optician’s with the car and, when he entered its interior, he seized the cash register, which contained around 300 euros, and several exposed glasses, then fleeing the place in the vehicle.
In addition, the investigation could link this person to the theft of more than 20 bottles of alcohol that, allegedly, he carried out in a supermarket in the capital, where he entered after forcing the back door of the warehouse.
Finally, the man was arrested days ago on Avenida Tres de Mayo and then transferred to the police station. From there, once heard in a statement, it was made available to the competent judicial authority.