The Mexican City Security Secretariat reported that two police officers are being investigated for «their ill-act», as they allegedly advised the barbershop owner not to file a complaint after being assaulted, according to the owner of the establishment in the San Miguel neighborhood of Iztapalapa.
The robbery happened on Saturday. The thieves took his belongings from the clients and a child who was at the scene.
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«We called the police, the patrols came and everything, we told him we wanted to make a complaint and he said ‘no, don’t report it, yes until I stop them, as I grab them, we make the complaint’,’ Marco told Telediario.
In a statement, the Secretary of Security said that the police on the MX859 M8 patrol who were on duty on duty on that date and who came to the whistleblower citizen’s call «were required by staff of the Directorate of Internal Affairs» to initiate the relevant investigations.
«Both elements were initiated into the administrative folder for their wrongdoing in the face of events that this unit insists are reported to continue the strategies to combat the crime of theft in business,» he said.
? A barber shop owner raided in @Alc_Iztapalapa exhibits police officers who asked him not to file a complaint about the fact. Mayor @ClaraBrugadaM is sought to follow up on this incident, #TelediarioEnEl6 with @azucenau and @janupi. https://t.co/VqUPqVxLBf pic.twitter.com/huNmpfZCcT
— Telediario Mx (@telediario) February 3, 2020
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