You were surprised by the Civil Guard when harvested olives in a farm wearing work clothes
In the vehicle used has recovered all the stolen goods, 15 sacks olive ready for transfer
The Civil Guard in the region of Murcia, in the framework of the 'Plan against theft on farms and livestock farms', has developed a research aimed at clarifying the theft of fruit and vegetables on farms in the municipality of Totana, which has resulted in the identification of two people who have been investigated on suspicion of misdemeanor theft.
The investigated were caught by policemen when subtracted more than three hundred kilos of olives that have been recovered and returned to its rightful owner.
The performances when members of the ROCA equipment (burglar in the field) of the Civil Guard, one of the services for monitoring and theft prevention products on farms, detected the presence of two alleged workers began a farm in the hamlet of Lebor-Totana, collecting lots of olives.
The policemen kept a discreet surveillance of suspects, wearing apparel and useful similar to those used by agricultural workers, crudely manipulated the olive trees on holdings.
The performance continued with the identification of the two-males, Spaniards, 35 and 41, residents of Sewell and Murcia- and a vehicle owned by one of them, where olive 15 bags were found.
Meritorious continued research with the location owner of the injured estate, which was to find out that the collection of the olive harvest had not been hired, so we proceeded to the investigation of the suspects on suspicion of misdemeanor of theft and recovery of all the goods stolen, 330 kilos of olives of the varieties 'cuquillo' and 'ciezana'.
The investigation, recovered products and the proceedings initiated have been made available to the Magistrate's Court number 2 Totana Totana (Murcia).
Source: Ministerio del Interior