Once again in Bogota, criminals scare their victims. One such incident occurred this Thursday morning, north of the city, when two criminals robbed passengers of a private car stuck in a traffic jam on Carrera 19 and Calle 100.

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“These criminals are being persecuted by @PoliciaBogota officials and will be taken to @FiscaliaCol so they can answer for these facts and pending issues with the justice system. Bogota Security Minister Aníbal Fernández de Soto has already identified the owner of the vehicle they fled from, via his Twitter account.He also added a video of the dramatic scene of the escape of the victim and the criminals.

Later, the same official reported that two subjects were apprehended and handed over to the authorities after the Police reacted quickly.

“The vehicle has just been found on 68th Street and 17th Street #PuenteAranda and @PoliciaBogota has directed the corresponding response,” the official added.

The video, which went viral, caused anger and backlash from the public, for which they provided additional data:

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“Watch out on Calle 100 cra 19, there are two men at the traffic light between autonorte and cra 19, one today dressed in jeans and a black jacket, the other in jeans and a black gray t-shirt. between 40 and 50 years. They are the ones playing there in that traffic jam,” one of the internet users wrote.

According to local residents, The two men are colombian and pretending to be a cookie seller, taking advantage of the work being done in the industry causing massive dams, approaching and attacking. to those in the vehicle and are fully identified.

Source: Exame

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