Juan Carlos Cruz, a man who was driving his stolen car when three men shot him in the face and then fled the scene.
Juan Carlos Cruz was 52 when he unloaded his car on Thursday in Moron. Three men suddenly appeared and tried to steal it. Cruz, 52, was fatally shot and died in Moron while the attackers fled his vehicle. Police are searching for these men, as they haven’t been arrested yet.
This robbery happened around 5 p.m., Thursday. The robbery was the third violent incident in Argentina in the lead-up to primary elections. On Wednesday, an 11-year girl, attacked by burglars in Lanus, died. And on Thursday, an activist who had been detained and wrestled to the floor by police, died outside the Obelisk.
Cruz was Chief Medical Emergencies of Carrillo Hospital Ciudadela (Buenos Aires Province) when the men stole his car. He was unloading a unit of air conditioning from his automobile in front of the house of his mother. Cruz did not appear to resist.
Telam news agency cites police and judiciary as saying that the neighbors dialed 911 immediately after the crime. Cruz’s death was confirmed by the Emergency Medical Attention System ambulance (SAME) and police when they arrived. The initial investigation, which was conducted at this point, found that the stolen vehicle had been left in Rafael Castillo district of BA Province about 40-blocks from the scene.
Matias Rappazzo from Inquiry Functional Unit 7 at the Moron Judiciary Department ordered an autopsy for the purpose of determining how many times Cruz was shot. He also requested that security cameras in the surrounding area be gathered. A camera in the corner house was able to capture the incident, though at a distant distance which made it difficult to distinguish faces.
Minutes before all of this happened, cameras from the Moron Monitoring and Operations Center, or COM (for its Spanish acronym), filmed three suspects passing through Museo Aeronautico, just seven blocks from where the crime took place. After the incident, they registered that the suspects fled the scene but then lost track of them when the car was abandoned about five kilometers away from Cruz’s mother’s home.
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