It falls again. Carmen Saavedra Flores (33), ‘Big Mama’, who walks completely naked through the streets and assaults whatever business she finds threatening clients with a huge stone, was again intervened, in Villa El Salvador.
This time she was accused by a business owner of entering carrying a stone and threatening employees. He immediately stole one wallet with money from the business owner, located in Pastor Sevilla avenue sector 1 group 21. A team of police officers and police officers from the municipality arrived, alerted by emergency calls, and intervened on the robust female, who still had the stone in a mano.
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A few days ago, an information page on social networks warned of the presence of this woman in the district of Villa El Salvador.
The first time it was intervened was some years ago when, also armed with a stone, it was moving through the central Road, on Ate, and he threatened the drivers of cars and buses of public transport demanding that they give him money. She was caught and handed over to the police station in Vitarte. Days later, he returned to the streets. He stole again, in this way, in the same district. Then it was intervened in San Juan de Lurigancho, where he entered an institute and stole money. She was also intervened and referred to the police station.
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It was also intervened in Lima fencing and San Juan de Miraflores.
Another robbery in the district
They left them bankrupt. Criminals broke the door of a local gas conversion for cars, in Villa El Salvador, and stole six expensive machines, batteries and car rings, all valued at more than 200 thousand soles.
The large robbery was at dawn on the premises ‘San Antonio‘, located in José Carlos Mariátegui avenue group 22-A sector 3, just a few blocks from the Villa El Salvador police station and the municipality.
“They messed with a truck and they stole all the most valuable objects. Practically everything was stolen from the business we started six months. They have left us bankrupt. We will have to buy all the machinery to continue working ”, he said dismayed Lenin Calixto Jesus (28), who together with his two brothers, started this family business.
“The thieves also stole the DVR from the security cameras that recorded all the movements of the criminals. In front of the premises there is a camera of video surveillance of the municipality and they have told us that it does not work. That’s too much”, their relatives said that they remained outraged at the door of the premises waiting for the forensic experts.