Latest heist in Mexico in which four criminals stole 10 million pesos

Bank robbery in Mexico in which four criminals stole 10 million pesos
Bank robbery in Mexico in which four criminals stole 10 million pesos

One dead and four injured, two of them clients of the bank, was the balance left by an assault that occurred this morning in the municipality of Naucalpan, State of Mexico, in which four criminals stole an approximate amount of 10 million pesos.

It was at the Banamex branch located on Primero de Mayo Avenue, in the El Conde neighborhood, where four armed assailants arrived at the time when Seguritec personnel arrived to withdraw cash from the branch.

After the robbery, bank staff, as well as the municipal police conducted the corresponding inquiries and reported that the security element that died responded to the name of Bruno Sander Vélez, who was shot in the head.

The other two injured custodians respond to the names of Oguilve and Eric, 32 and 28 years old respectively. Meanwhile, the account holders shot are Andrea and Juan José, 44 years old.

On the other hand, two more comrades were seriously injured, so they were rushed to a nearby hospital. Also, the two clients of the bank that were injured, were also transferred by paramedics to nearby hospitals.

After the robbery, the criminals fled in a white van that they later abandoned in the San Esteban neighborhood, near the scene of the assault.

Authorities have cordoned off the area while ministerial personnel carried out the corresponding procedures to find the whereabouts of the assailants.