From January to July, a total of 438 business robbery complaints were filed in the various delegations of the Coahuila State Attorney General. Of these, about 57 years of events were associated with the luxury of violence.
According to the National Public Security System (SNSP), the month of February had the highest number of cases with 87, followed by March with 77 complaints.
There were 54 complaints in January, 87 in February, March 77, April 52, May 51, June 68, and July 49.
Of the total, 57 were committed with the luxury of using bladed or firearm force to threaten the dealers.
The above applies without considering the cases that have not been reported to the FGE delegations in the state.
Most complaints are still being investigated, but arrests and repairs have been made in other cases.
In June, an assault was recorded at BBVA in Saltillo, in which three men armed with various items and firearms entered the store and threatened cashiers and customers with cash and belongings.
According to witnesses, the attackers smashed some of the glass in the boxes to confiscate the money while all the workers were lying on the ground.
Days later, elements of the criminal police managed to arrest Victor Hugo “NN, who was involved in the robbery along with other people.
It turned out that together with another person, he would have stolen 400,000 pesos, and weeks ago in San Luis Potos, they robbed two valuable vans and stole almost two million pesos.