Subtracted audio equipment and personal effects quickly distributed on the illicit market
The arrested has a history of committing similar crimes
The Guardia Civil of the Region of Murcia has developed the operation 'VILLONIO', part of the services of the 'Plan for the Prevention of Crime Against Heritage', which has culminated in the arrest of 24 suspected of robberies in vehicles parked on Torre Pacheco.
Agents specialized in safety prevention research began when detected committing a series of robberies in vehicles that were parked in Torre Pacheco, facts that generated alarm among the population.
The first inquiries were directed to collect all possible clues on how illicit action and responsibility for the theft, so agents specializing in research conducted comprehensive technical inspections eye on the stages of the criminal acts.
He selected the goals stopped now, cars and vans, in areas of the town with little influx of people and generally acted during the night to avoid being detected by the owners and by the Guardia Civil.
He used heavy objects and glass doors to access the vehicles inside, and bare audiovisual equipment as radios, speakers and players, GPS, mobile phones and tablets, money, watches, sunglasses, clothing, fishing rods, lanterns, machinery, tools, and documentation of both the vehicles and their owners.
All stolen effects were quickly sold on the illicit market at prices well below retail.
The evidence obtained in technical inspections eye policemen were treated for Forensic Laboratory, which recently gained accreditation ENAC, and concluded positively to achieve full identification of the person who was behind the thefts investigated authoring, plus to verify their alleged involvement in all of them.
So far, the Meritorious has clarified 24 robberies in vehicle interior.
The operation 'VILLONIO' has culminated in the arrest, suspected of continuing offense of burglary in-vehicle, identified as:
- Moroccan, 26 years old and lives in Torre Pacheco.
The arrested has a history of committing similar crimes.
The arrest and the proceedings have been made available to the Court of Instruction No. 3 of San Javier (Murcia).
ENAC Criminalistics Laboratory at Murcia
This past September, the Crime Laboratory of Murcia has been one of 12 of the 54 peripheral services existing in the Guardia Civil, specialized in this area, which has obtained accreditation from the National Accreditation Body (ENAC) for power lofoscópicos studies (fingerprints, palmar and plantar).
This accreditation is the first to receive the peripheral laboratories Security Forces.
Accreditation is a requirement under European Union Council to ensure that the results of the activities carried out by a forensic laboratory accredited by a Member State are recognized as reliable by the responsible authorities of another Member State.
This ensures that forensic activities that develop in a laboratory to be accredited by the national accreditation body, which in the case of Spain it is the ENAC.
The central laboratory's forensic Civil Guard located in Madrid have accreditation by ENAC according to the requirements of EN ISO / IEC 17025 for testing human DNA (from 2003), and revealed and lofoscópicos studies (since 2010).
The scope of this standard shall apply to laboratory activities that result in:
a) The DNA profile.
b) A fingerprint data, which refer to the review lofoscópica you get all arrested for committing a crime, and the footprints revealed in the Technical Inspection Eye on the scene of a crime.
The expert reports issued these laboratories will endorsed with the symbol of ENAC, which implies that they are carried out under a quality system that ensures that both the issuing laboratory and specialists who do it have the necessary expertise, and that in its development has followed a technical process that meets and follows internationally defined standards.
Source: Ministerio del Interior