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They went up to rob a bus in Florencio Varela and shot the driver: three arrested


The driver of line 324 was shot in the leg. Two of the attackers are minors.

05/30/2021 10:04

  • Clarí

  • Police

Updated 05/30/2021 10:04 AM

Three young men, two of them minors, were

arrested on

charges of

shooting a bus driver on line 324.

 The attack occurred when the defendants went up to rob a unit in Florencio Varela.

The arrests were made by members of the Operational Tactical Group (GTO) from the 1st police station.

and police station 4th.

of said jurisdiction, together with personnel from the SUBDDI and Grupo GAD, and under the orders of the Court of Guarantees 5.

The incident occurred on Thursday, around 10 p.m.,

at the Varela Crossing

, on Hudson and Aldao avenues, when three assailants got on inmate 23 of line 324, branch 9,

shot the driver in the right knee

and seized the belongings of several passengers.

After taking testimonies and analyzing the security cameras in the area, the investigators were able to establish

the place where the criminals

who had carried out the

crime were hiding


During the procedures, carried out simultaneously, the police captured the three suspects and

seized a .22 caliber revolver with an intact cartridge in its barrel

, cell phones, eight cards, and other items of interest to the cause, the sources said. .

Florencio Varela's decentralized Functional Instruction Unit (UFI) 6 intervenes in the case, which endorsed the proceedings and ordered the apprehension of the suspects who were brought to justice.

With information from Télam


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