Men dressed as DNCD agents abduct a pick-up truck and cash on the road Imbert – Guananico
PUERTO PLATA – A group of unidentified men who were armed to the teeth and dressed as agents of the National Drug Control (DNCD), abducted a breeder who intercepted when traveling in his vehicle on the Imbert-Guananico road.
Armed criminals at gunpoint in the road between La Cabirma that via located in the west of Puerto Plata stopped a livestock breeder Erasmo Moon, stripped him off his pickup truck Toyota Hilux, valued of two million pesos, and the sum of 600,000 pesos in cash, a 12 mm gauge shotgun and a pistol nine millimeter with legal permits.
Farmer Luna who is a native of the community La Mariposa in the town of Guananico, after being kidnapped and stripped off his possessions was left abandoned by criminals in a rural community of Pontón en Navarrete, where he pulled a moving vehicle on an irrigation canal where he called for help and was taken to a police station.
In his confession to the National Police, the livestock breeder Erasmo Luna, explained that a group of five people with weapons of various calibres wearing bulletproof vests and black hats with sign DNCD at gunpoint forced him to dismount from his truck to the presence of a prosecutor who was part of the band bandit who then put a blindfold and made him mounted on an SUV.
Source: Puerto Plata Digital
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