Arrested after threatening on social networks to burn two gas stations in Tenerife due to the increase in their prices



Agents of the National Police arrested a 42-year-old man in the capital of Tenerife as the alleged perpetrator of a crime of threats. This person, through posts made on social networks, allegedly threatened to burn down two service stations in the capital of Tenerife due to the increase in the price of their items.

In mid-April, a gas station customer notified the employee who attended him that, on social networks, threatening posts had been made about that and another service station.

In particular, the user who made the posts threatened to burn them for the price increase of their articles. It also shared information on the number of employees, the regional director, planimetry and even what would be the best access to the facilities to materialize the fire.

The National Police investigators, after becoming aware of the facts, carried out the necessary procedures in different areas, including the virtual environment, to identify the alleged perpetrator.

Once identified, the agents arrested a 42-year-old man in the capital of Tenerife, with a history of similar acts, as the alleged perpetrator of the crime.

The actions were carried out by national police officers from the Provincial Information Brigade of the Provincial Police Station of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.



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