This is a man of Colombian nationality, with an international alert to respond for crimes related to drug trafficking and homicide, in the neighboring country of Colombia.
Panama- One of thes most wanted by organisms international was apprehended in the check Point from Split, after a routine check made by units of National Migration Service.
This is a man of Colombian nationality, with a international alert to answer for related crimes with drug traffic and homicide, in the neighboring country of Colombia.
As it was known, the subject I was traveling on board of a transport collective, and to be verified at the checkpoint he showed extremely nervous, what raised the alert between the inspectors, who achieved identify it through the entity’s records.
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As it was unofficially known, the subject nicknamed “Carthage” was in the ready of the most wanted in the Valle del Cauca area and Narino, in Colombia, and it was required by National Specialized Prosecutor Against Organized Crime from that country and sought by the Interpol.
After their identification, the required security measures were taken and with the support of the National Police moved a aka Carthage until Chitré, for the beginning of the respective processes.
Al moment of his capturea, the subject he did not carry weapons nor was any illegal situation found among his belongings, but his eimmigration status was not on perioda, since I had the stay overdue in the country.
The capture of one of the most wanted internationally occurred in the checkpoint who works 24 hours a day in the area of Split, in order to ddetect irregular situations that occur mainly in public transport and cargo.
This person is expected to be transferred to the capital city to begin the process of handing him over to the competent authorities.
Personal of @migracionpanama and units of @ProtegeryServir, during currency verification operations, they detain a Colombian who kept an alert for @INTERPOL_HQ for crimes related to drug trafficking and homicide. #UnitedWeHave pic.twitter.com/3Z55hEJmeC
– Ministry of Public Security of Panama (@MinSegPma) October 14, 2021