translated from Spanish: People in wigs raid jewelry in Delta Park; there are no detainees

Three people dressed in black and wigs robbed a jewelry store in Parque Delta, a square located in the mayoral part benito Juárez, in Mexico City.
The capital Ministry of Citizen Security (SCC) confirmed that the assailants took different items from the site.
Read more: CDMX reports 25.7% drop in high-impact crimes so far in 2021
“SSC staff implement a device to locate potential managers and video surveillance cameras are already being scanned; as part of the relevant Public Prosecutor’s Office officer,” the capital police confirmed.
According to a report from the newspaper Reforma, it is the Bo&Co jewelry store located on the second floor of the shopping center, which was protected after the robbery.
On 21 February, the capital authorities highlighted a decrease of almost half the incidence in several crimes compared to last year.
Some of them were the theft of home room without violence, which decreased 41.9%; theft of non-violent vehicles, with a drop of 31.7%; and violent vehicle theft, which decreased by 41.1%, from a daily average of 10.9 to 6.4.
In turn, low-impact crime went from a daily average of 25.6 in 2020 to 16.6 in 2021. This means a decrease of 34.9%.
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Original source in Spanish

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