An unusual event occurred in Chaco: he wanted to scam his mother-in-law to keep a large sum of money and his car. The man reported an alleged robbery when he was the collector of Rapipago. He denounced that he was intercepted by a thief who threatened to kill him and took everything. Then the truth came out: faked the crime and made the false complaint to keep the proceeds.
What happened to the man who faked a robbery to keep his mother-in-law’s money
According to the man’s account, the alleged robbery was while he was doing his homework, at 900 Belgrano Street, and there he was intercepted by a criminal. After the complaint, the police officers began to investigate and speak with the residents of the area to rule out any doubts.
As they were gathering information, they realized that there were contradictions and inconclusive facts that did not resemble the version of the complainant. The following act, they delayed the man, son-in-law of the Rapipago’s wife.
When he was intercepted by the police, the 28-year-old man had in his possession the reported $617,500 and the car keys. Finally, he was arrested. The items were seized and the money was returned to the mother-in-law.