Mexico City’s Attorney General’s Office requested the United States to extradition from Raymundo Collins Flores, former director of the Housing Institute (Invi), who is on the fugitive.
Since January there has been an apprehension order against Collins Flores for misuse of public service related to irregularities detected in the Invi.
According to the head of government, Claudia Sheinbaum, at the time of receiving the agency, her administration found that the Invi delivered millions of pesos without sustenance.
Yesterday a house of the former serviceman located in Tequesquitengo, Morelos, was searched and inside they located 41 classic cars, three quad bikes, a quad bike, a motorcycle and a boat.
In addition to the vehicles, various works of art were secured, which were under the protection of the Public Prosecutor’s Office.
Ulysses Lara, a spokesman for the prosecution, said the investigative folder against Collins Flores is robust, and that one of the actions was the search.
As part of the investigation against a former public servant of the last administration, who served as director of the #INVI, the #FGJCDMX carried out all necessary formalities in order to request the extradition of this person to the United States Government. pic.twitter.com/sAdKBkAD8j
— CDMX Prosecutor’s Office (@FiscaliaCDMX) October 31, 2020
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