Puebla, Pue.- Twelve alleged members of the band "Los Cuijes", responsible for the murder of nine people last July in Puebla including a police chief, were captured and seized firearms, vehicles and cash.
The detainees are alleged to have participated in the massacre on 2 July, when nine people were killed (including a police chief), one missing and two wounded (a regidor and an agent) left an armed attack on the town of Huehuetlan Grande, which - according to authorities - was due to a confrontation between bands dedicated to the theft of hydrocarbons.
That day, for about 12 hours, said municipality located 40 kilometers from the city of Puebla, lived through a day of violence led by armed individuals who are allegedly part of the band "El Cuije."
And in San Baltazar Torija were located five bodies, which belong to people who were taken by Los Cuijes.
According to officials from the state of Puebla, the Ministry of Public Security implemented intelligence devices to identify and locate those responsible.
In the identified domiciles, José "N", Mario "N" and Christian "N" were identified, investigated as members of the criminal group.
Through the exchange of information between the Public Security Secretariat and the Attorney General's Office, covert devices were implemented and the location of members of the criminal group was checked.
The State Attorney General's Office requested search warrants on the properties identified and was last Friday when they arrested 12 people in possession of firearms, chargers with useful cartridges, green grass with the characteristics of marijuana, hydrocarbon deposited in Containers and drums, as well as some vehicles used during their operations.
When an armed group arrived in Huehuetlan El Grande, where Ramiro N, Evaristo N and Merced N were assassinated; The same assassins deprived Luis N, Pablo N, Domingo N, Hugo N and José Antonio N.
There were seven vehicles seized; Three motorcycles; Nine weapons of various calibres; Fuel of illicit origin; Cartridges of various sizes; Marijuana wrappers; 11 grams of crystal; Eight grams of cocaine; One thousand three hundred grams of marijuana; 21 cell phones; And 110 thousand pesos.