Three suspects admitted to the crimes and two others have not yet been located by the Military Police.
Three suspects of having committed a series of thefts in the southern region of the Capital were arrested by the Military Police, this Wednesday (15), in Campo Grande. The three robbers, aged 19, 21 and 23, used a Parati vehicle to escape taking furniture and appliances from the invaded residences. The car was also seized by police officers from the 6th CIPM (Independent Company of the Military Police) and two other suspects are still at large.
The most recent theft of the “Parati gang” took place this Monday (14). Security camera caught the trio arriving at a residence on Rua Paulo Fabiani de Barros, in the Moreninha neighborhood and leaving the place taking television, video games and jewelry. Since then, the military of the 6th CIPM intensified the search for the criminals.
From the license plate of the vehicle, the police arrived at the address of a skewer seller on Rua Conde do Pinhal, in Jardim Colibri. Upon being informed that the vehicle in his name would have been used in several home thefts, the resident said he bought the vehicle and gave it as a gift to his 19-year-old son. He then offered to take the team to the suspect’s residence on Rua Berta Lúcia, in the Aero Rancho neighborhood. At the scene were the worker’s son and his other two accomplices, who admitted to having participated in the crime. They confessed that they broke the lock on the social gate, doors and windows to enter the property.
Two other men would also have participated in the crime, as determined by the report. One of them sold the stolen items and divided the money among the gang members. Each one earned R$ 350.00. Parati, on the other hand, was hidden in a residence on Rua Arquiteto Joaquim Barreto, in the Aero Rancho neighborhood and was also apprehended. The trio was booked in flagrante delicto for theft at Depac (Community Emergency Service) in the Capital.
more victims – According to the corporal of the 6th CIPM Marcelo Goes, who was responsible for identifying the whereabouts of the vehicle and the criminals, he reported that so far, two victims of the gang have been identified. However, other residents had already informed the Military Police that they were also targets of the “Parati gang”.
Possible victims of the three criminals should look for the nearest police station or call 190.