Yolfran Eduardo Perozo, 25, of Venezuela Murder Seven scenes when he travels in a taxi to work in the field of Villa El Salvador in Lima, Peru.
Ferozo was with his colleague Víctor Gamboa, and the driver of the vehicle, Rosario Paquiyauri, was waiting for the traffic lights to change between Avenida El Sol and Micaela Bastidas when a motorcycle approached them from the left.
A man on a motorcycle opened fire on Venezuela, injuring his head and chest.
Kamboa, who was unharmed, helped the young man and asked for help to transfer him to a nearby hospital, where Perozo died shortly afterwards.
The taxi driver sustained a hand injury and sought medical help.
Peru’s National Police arrived at the scene to conduct a perimeter assessment to check if there were nearby cameras that would allow Venezuela to identify those responsible for the killings.
Authorities are investigating the motive for the crime, as both Venezuela’s family and relatives have vowed to be a quiet young man, dedicated only to work.
“He was a working guy who came from Venezuela three years ago. Two years ago he worked in a metalworking shop. He was not confused with anyone. I was miraculously injured,” said Victor Kambova, according to a local portal. Trom.
The theft hypothesis was rejected by police as all of his belongings were found at the scene.
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