Immigrants will seek to deport them, who have already been prosecuted.
Courtesy Blue Radio | One of them said he did this to bring food for his children
Two women, who were videotaped at the time, were charged with stealing her cellphone after beating or biting another, and authorities are searching for Colombian immigrants aged 20 and 25.
Authorities later determined the two were Venezuelan nationals.
Incidents in Carrera 28 with 33 When the victim was walking with her two dogs, two women approached and found the victim not giving her cell phone and attacked her with a bite.
After the robbery, the criminals flee, but are chased by a motorcyclist who testifies to what is happening, so they are captured in front of the scene.
One of the women justified the robbery and said she was doing this to bring food for her children.
“The foreigners were taken into custody by the prosecutor’s office, prosecuted and Colombian immigrants seek to deport these Venezuelan women,” said General Samuel Bernal, commander of the Bukaramanga Metropolitan Police.
This year 369 Venezuelan nationals have been detained in the Bukaramanga metropolitan area for various crimes.
#Video Another woman who stole a cellphone has been beaten and bitten. The invader was caught and justified that he was doing it to bring food to his children https://t.co/SMsQey15fR # Voices and sounds pic.twitter.com/aEwOigrvsN
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