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A band assaults an Uber headquarters in Vallecas

2019-08-23T00:17:17.176Z

A group of hooded criminals assaulted a vehicle company on Gamonal de Vallecas street that works for the Uber company last Wednesday. Ace


A group of hooded criminals assaulted a vehicle company on Gamonal de Vallecas street that works for the Uber company last Wednesday. The assailants threatened the security employee and managed to seize the collection that was in the offices. It is estimated that they could subtract around 10,000 euros.

The robbery occurred around 03.00 hours and when there were only two workers in the ship where the vehicles that work for Uber park.

According to the first inquiries, two allegedly stolen BMW vehicles arrived at the door of the ship . The thieves managed to reduce the employee with threats and accessed the offices, where they took the money from the collection of the last days.

Remember that for two months you can already pay in cash on VTC car journeys, which has led to money at the venues where vehicles park.

The thieves also shattered the moons of several vehicles before leaving, a fact that surprised those responsible for the company that worked for Uber.

It is investigated whether this same group of criminals may be behind the last assaults in the capital, including that of a gas station in the district of Barajas in which criminals burst two slot machines fleeing with the booty without injuring either of them. employed

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