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Suspicious robbery at ICBC offices, thieves take official van
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Sound equipment, audio equipment, a computer, a camera and an official van, was part of the booty that thieves took from the ICBC late at night or early on January 9, in what was a suspicious robbery, as the property has private security.

In fact, authorities did not rule out that the two security guards who were guarding the property had some responsibility, because despite the rain and the wind that hit that night, it is inconceivable that they did not hear the noise of the truck when it left by the guardhouse, especially considering that the truck had a flat tire.

Evidence indicates that the thieves entered through the emergency exit at the back of the ICBC. They broke the door panel and entered the warehouse where they took at least two speakers and emptied three boxes of audio material.

Taking advantage of the fact that a small room where the audio equipment is stored has no ceiling, they entered and stole some devices.

Then they broke the lock of another metal door that leads to the corridor with the administrative offices.

With all the patience in the world they unscrewed the glass door and entered and suspiciously were not seen or heard by either of the two guards.

It is worth mentioning that the property has video cameras, but they are not in operation.

They took the administration's computer with official information, a CPU, the camera and also took the keys of the Ford Ranger truck parked outside and in which stolen things went up and fled, leaving the offices in complete disarray.

An ICBC employee noticed the incident around 8 o'clock in the morning when he arrived at work to find the doors open and a mess.

The ICBC authorities reported this to the police authorities who immediately came to search for clues. They also took statements from the guards who are the main suspects.

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In Mexico, it's always the security guards. That goes for the guy in the little booth that lets you into your gated community too. Oh, he's so nice. He's also poor, and has been taught his entire life the gringo's stole everything from Mexico. They think you owe them.

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(01-14-2018, 08:41 AM)Dindosit Wrote: In Mexico, it's always the security guards. That goes for the guy in the little booth that lets you into your gated community too. Oh, he's so nice. He's also poor, and has been taught his entire life the gringo's stole everything from Mexico. They think you owe them.

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