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They catch a Venezuelan pretending to be homeless to steal

They catch a Venezuelan pretending to be homeless to steal

The woman known as “Doll” was found in felony delicto while burglarizing a home.

Authorities in the Colombian city of Cartagena have arrested a Venezuelan woman.

The captured woman roamed residential areas in ragged clothes, so she disguised herself as someone from the street. Thus, monitoring the area, he knew the movement and steps to be followed before committing his crimes.

The suspect, better known as “Doll”, was taken into police custody when he was found in the deadly delicto while he was near a house after a robbery.

A police report revealed that he expected to commit a “grand larceny” by taking valuables from an unoccupied residence. The front door defied her with a bar, and the rest was easy for her.

However, residents soon returned as they had forgotten their own belongings.

On entering they noticed that the door had been forced open. They entered the house to see the security cameras and then heard a gate slam shut. It was observed that a person left the house carrying several bags in his hand.

The owner of the house ran after her and caught her.

A complaint was made by the community to CAI Santa Rita’s number four, which allowed the National Police to arrive at the location and arrest the 25-year-old girl for theft.

Nicknamed “Doll” took gold rings and chains; shoes and bags of well-known brands; and security with more than 6 million pesos in cash.

The value of the stolen and recovered items is over 20 million.

“This woman poses as a homeless person and uses the tactic of sleeping in sections of the middle class, outlining houses with better facades, knowing the movements of the residents of the houses and being able to commit the crime,” said Colonel Wilson Javier Barada Gonz├ílez, commander of the Metropolitan Police of Cartagena de Indias.

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The captured woman has been arraigned at the nation’s Attorney General’s office for theft and is awaiting hearings on charges and a claim for insurance coverage.

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