Suspects invade transport cooperative and take hostages in Manaus

Case occurred in the City of God neighborhood, on the morning of the second. Two suspects were arrested after negotiation.
11/07/2016 15h30 - Updated 11/07/2016 15h34
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At least six armed suspects broke into the headquarters of an alternative transportation cooperative located at Rua Canario, District City of God, East Zone of Manaus, on the morning of Monday (11). Criminals made four hostages. Two men were arrested on the spot.

John Lennon Souza da Silva, from 21 years, and Thiago de Alencar Barreto, from 23, invaded armed location, according to police. They took hostages and demanded the presence of the press to release the victims and deliver. Men Round Ostensive Cândido Mariano (Rocam) and Policing Command Specialized (CPE) They were driven.

According to the president of the cooperative, Varley Marques, the duo was accompanied by other men. They tried to carry out a robbery. The group was violent and ask for money and treasurer of the local.
“I was, my wife and two employees. They sent us stay on the ground, They put a gun to our head and kept saying they were going to kill us. Only those who go through it knows how desperate”, said.

Other officials hid realizing the approach, according to the cooperative Isac Linhares. “Yielded President, his wife and two employees. Five hid in the bathroom because they were afraid”, said.

after trading, the assailants surrendered to police. Two suspects were taken to the 30th District Integrated Police (DIP), which should be interrogated and fined for the crime. With them were seized a firearm and HD that recorded images of cooperative security cameras.

The group from the rest fled the scene. A car model fox, black color, I would have given support on the trail. Police learned not need the exact number of suspects involved in the crime. Or case will be investigated.

Source: G1

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