Members of the Eleven Police Station are working within the framework of an investigation -based on inquiries and revealing of security cameras- in order to clarify an alleged attack that occurred this Wednesday at dawn, on a 22-year-old woman, belonging to the LGBT Collective, who He was admitted to the Padilla Hospital with a gunshot wound to his leg.
Commissioner Cristian Peralta, head of the Section, took part in the case together with the Criminal Division and Police Laboratory. In this sense, through the first inquiries and testimony of the victim, it was learned that the incident occurred on 1,200 Guatemala Street in Capital.
The victim was on Guatemala Street at 1200 when a green car suddenly stopped and an unknown man got out of the vehicle and fired at her, thus causing a wound on her left leg and then fleeing ”, Peralta detailed.
The commissioner added: “We seek to clarify how this attack happened. We still do not have more data, but we are working with a broad line of investigation that involves stages. The first step is to observe the images captured by the security cameras of that area and gather testimonies and possible links ”.
For this reason, and with the knowledge of the Tax Unit for Attacks against People at the Fair, they granted approval for the inquiries, the revelation of cameras, all with the aim of identifying the perpetrator or authors of the act and the vehicle in which circulated.