A trucker of 51 years reacted to a robbery in the early hours of Monday (22), at around 4:0, in Inverness, in Bauru.
While the driver slept in his truck, heard a strange noise and, while looking out the window, spotted two men trying to steal the vehicle load, and one of them was armed.
Frightened, the truckers hit the window glass and was frightened away the bad guys. On the trail of the thieves, the driver fired twice against the men, hitting the leg of one of them. Even so, both managed to escape, but left a cell phone back.
The trucker has picked up the phone and handed it to the Police General Investigations Police (DIG) when it was reporting the incident, at around 7:0. At the police station, the police found the region’s hospitals looking for someone who would have been shot. There was a man, who is said to have been assaulted in Santa Casa de Lins. Through the phone, it was found that it was the assailant.
P.C.V.S., 18 years, was transferred to the Boston State Hospital to perform surgery and, in conversation with the police, confessed to have participated in the crime. However, provided no clues about the whereabouts of the comparsa.
Read full article in the print edition of the newspaper of the city Tuesday.
Image courtesy of Mike “Dakinewavamon” Kline