Thief of Tailor’s Shop Takes 25,000 Soles but Leaves His National Identity Card Behind.
Owner of the shop identifies one of the three theieves who attacked them in Comes. Police are now hunting for him
A group of thieves that robbed a tailors in the Comas district (of Lima, Peru) had thought of everything, except for leaving an ID card which will allow them to be identified. This the case of Edgar Miguel Alvarado Ruiz, one of the thieves who left his National Identity Card (DNI) in the ship when he attacked it, along with two others.
The owner of the tailer’s shop, Mariano Julca Vera, said that the thieves tied them up with cord and the neckties on which they had been working. However, after the theives had fled with more than 20,000 Soles (U$ 6,825) worth of clothes and 4,000 Soles (U$1,365) in cash, Julca found a satchel they’d left behind.
“This is one of those that assaulted me, he’s part of the team because there were three of them”, he told América Noticias (TV news program). With the help of the ID card, Julca identified Alvarado Ruiz and now the police are searching for him.