They plagiarize 4 who repaired a security camera in Zacatecas

Zacatecas.- A surveillance camera that was being repaired captured the moment in which a group of hitmen deprived four workers of a company dedicated to maintaining security devices in Apulco, Zacatecas, of their liberty.

The four men, including a minor, respond to the names Sergio Esaú Ramírez Alonso, 30 years old; Jaime Fernández Morales, 25, Héctor Abner Donoso Cruz, 23, and José Manuel González, 16.

The Zacatecas Attorney General’s Office issued the corresponding files for these events that were recorded on August 4 around 2:00 p.m.

In the footage, it can be seen how one of the youths was on top of a post repairing the system in one of the Apulco cruise ships, which is in transit at the time of the events.

Suddenly, a truck in which men with long weapons were traveling arrives at the point, the gunmen get out of the vehicle and take the workers by force.

Seeing themselves surrounded and at gunpoint, the four workers advance with their hands up, one of them, who wears a blue cap, is still wearing his safety harness, since he had just come down from the post.

In addition, the command takes away the company truck in which the victims were traveling, without the location of the vehicle being known so far.

It was relatives who reported the deprivation of liberty of the young people, who were in front of the cameras that transmit the images in real time to the bases of the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena) and the National Guard.

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