Thieves threaten Elektra employees and clients in Morelia with death and steal more than 100,000 pesos

Morelia, Michoacán.- Thieves broke into a well-known store Morelia, Michoacán, and they threatened clients and employees and later took more than 100 mobile phones, cash and belongings of the victims.

Three criminals broke into a store Elektra from the capital of Michoacán to threaten and threaten to kill the employees and some clients and then take 120 cell phones, money and all the belongings of the aggrieved.

The robbery happened this Sunday at the store located in La Huerta, where witnesses told the authorities that three armed subjects with pistols they entered the place and with high-sounding words ordered them to throw themselves to the ground.

While one of the criminals watched those affected, the other two took it upon themselves to take away their wallets, watches, bags and other valuables from the victims. Stealing, in addition, 120 cell phones valued altogether at more than 100,000 pesos.

Police elements mobilized, but after various tours of the area there were no arrests related to the case.

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The uniformed officers recommended that the company’s legal representation go to the State Attorney General from Michoacan to present the competent criminal complaint.

With information from MiMorelia

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