Ayacucho: subject throws a gas balloon at his partner and kills him while they were working at a distributor | crime | PNP | Society

Ayacucho: subject throws a gas balloon at his partner and kills him while they were working at a distributor | crime | PNP | Society
Ayacucho: subject throws a gas balloon at his partner and kills him while they were working at a distributor | crime | PNP | Society

crime in Ayacucho. A subject identified as Rafael Vilcatoma Arone he murdered his co-worker when they were both working at a gas distributor. The violent scene was recorded by security cameras.

The images show the moment in which the victim, initials HLA, labeled and arranged the empty cylinders very concentrated. Moments later, she turned her back on her executioner, who took advantage of the moment of distraction to take one of the gas values ​​and throw it at his head.

Not content with this, the criminal hit his colleague’s face several more times, until he was lifeless and lying on the ground. After committing the murder, he decided to flee quickly; however, agents of the National Police they captured him in record time and then transferred him to the city dependency.

The incident occurred on Tuesday, September 6 in the morning hours. It is known that Rafael Vilcatoma was interrogated to find out the reason that led him to fatally attack his co-worker.

Where is the Kutinachaka Bridge located?

the bridge Kutinachakalocated in the Oronccoy districtprovince of La Mar, in Ayacucho, collapsed this last September 6 and left a series of annexes and towns completely isolated. This road was the only fast route that connects communities that are difficult to access with Apurímac and the Ayacucho region. Read the full report HERE.

The article is in Spanish

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