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#1 TRAVELER89

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 05:24 PM

BREAKING NEWS ! 1

A violent firearm assault occurred shortly after 15:30 pm in Jewelry Diamonds International. Security forces pursued the attackers to Punta Langosta. No injuries or deaths have been reported so far.

According to preliminary reports, corporate security, they were taken by surprise, chasing criminals to Punta Langosta, a place where a shopping plaza of the same name, located in the northern part of the island, and where allegedly was making another assault.

The assailants reportedly fled in a gray van, bound for Punta Langosta. The vehicle was found abandoned in the street 35 with 2a. Inside he found a sledgehammer, bloody clothing, masks and latex gloves. He was assured by the Army and Navy.

Taxi drivers were the first to report it, just as it was done.

Twelve suspected robbers Diamonds International jewelry were captured within an hour of the robbery made ​​that establishment.

The dozen robbers was located in an apartment complex north of 4th Street between 30 and 35. The band was secured by military forces and handed over to the local police.

According to eyewitness accounts, the command Diamonds International jewelry assaulted shortly after 15:30 on Tuesday, fled in a gray van with plates MLF 8076, the State of Mexico, which left at 35th Street with 12a.

Data gathered by reporters from News of Quintana Roo indicate that the assailants fired on jewelry, having spent shells casings outside.

Jewelry Diamonds International, located in the tourist heart of Cozumel, had already undergone a similar robbery in October 2011
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 05:59 PM

COZUMEL, Q.Roo.- Un violento asalto con armas de fuego se registró poco después de las 15:30 horas en la joyería Diamonds International. Los cuerpos de seguridad persiguen a los asaltantes hasta Punta Langosta. No se reportan heridos o muertos hasta el momento.

De acuerdo con los reportes preliminares, las corporaciones de seguridad, que fueron tomadas por sorpresa, persiguen a los delincuentes hasta Punta Langosta, lugar en donde se encuentra una plaza comercial del mismo nombre, ubicada en la parte norte de la isla, y en donde presuntamente se estaba realizando otro asalto.

Los asaltantes escaparon presuntamente en una Van gris, con rumbo a Punta Langosta. El vehículo fue encontrado abandonado en la calle 35 con 2 bis. En su interior se encontró un marro, ropa con sangre, tapabocas y guantes de latex. Fue asegurada por elementos del Ejército y la Marina.

Los taxistas fueron los primeros en reportar el hecho, justo cuando éste se realizaba.

La joyería Diamonds International había sido asaltada en octubre de 2011 por una banda integrada entre 8 y 10 personas, que usaron una camioneta Voyager con placas del estado de Querétaro, para perpetrar el robo. En esa ocasíón utilizaron marros para destruir las vitrinas del establecimiento y extraer joyería fina y relojes, valuados en unos 100 mil dólares. En esa ocasión se detuvieron a seis asaltantes; un par escapó por el mar, con parte del botín.
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 06:01 PM

COZUMEL, Q.Roo.- Doce presuntos asaltantes de la joyería Diamonds International fueron capturados a menos de una hora de realizado el atraco a ese establecimiento.

La docena de ladrones fue ubicada en un complejo de departamentos de la calle 4 norte entre 30 y 35. La banda fue asegurada por fuerzas castrenses y entregada a la policía municipal.

De acuerdo con versiones de testigos, el comando que asaltó la joyería Diamonds International poco después de las 15:30 de este martes, huyó en una camioneta Van gris, con placas MLF 8076, del Estado de México, misma que abandonaron en calle 35 con 12 bis.

Datos recabados por reporteros de Novedades de Quintana Roo indican que los asaltantes dispararon contra la joyería, pues había casquillos de bala percutidos en el exterior.

La joyería Diamonds International, ubicada en pleno corazón turístico de Cozumel, ya había sido objeto de un robo similar en octubre de 2011.
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 06:05 PM

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 06:10 PM

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 06:12 PM

For anyone who reads spanish I think these articles are a little clearer
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 06:20 PM

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 06:27 PM

Wow if my brother inlaw was stillin jail he would have some new neighbors. :D
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 06:30 PM

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 06:31 PM

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 06:39 PM

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 06:49 PM

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 06:54 PM

Good work by the police and military. I can really appreciate the perp walk. You would be hard pressed to find more police/law enforcement/military in such a small area.
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 07:08 PM

Michael Lewis' blog has good photos. I know that apartment location well. http://www.thecozume...cozumel-arrest/

Was it indeed the same Watch & Design store on calle 2 & Melgar that suffered the armed commando attack 2011? the various reports say chased to Puerta Langosta, was it the store on the corner of calle 7 or inside the Langosta Plaza?

It sounds like good work by taxistas in reporting it and no doubt having a hand in tracking vehicles.
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 07:46 PM

Michael Lewis' blog has good photos. I know that apartment location well. http://www.thecozume...cozumel-arrest/

Was it indeed the same Watch & Design store on calle 2 & Melgar that suffered the armed commando attack 2011? the various reports say chased to Puerta Langosta, was it the store on the corner of calle 7 or inside the Langosta Plaza?

It sounds like good work by taxistas in reporting it and no doubt having a hand in tracking vehicles.


Diamonds International on 2nd and Melgar. I know that apt very well also. The thing I can't figure out is one article says the van was abandoned on 35 and 2 bis and another on 35 and 12 bis. But going to Google map I could not see this residence in either location from the foto my friend from Voztv sent me of the abandoned van. But maybe I did not look good enough.

It was 35th and 12 bis. Allot of building has happened on that street since Google street mapping.
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 08:24 PM

I know that apartment also. We were there this afternoon around 11:00am looking at a house on the dead end street right across from it.
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 08:55 PM

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presentacion de los detenidos de los presuntos ladrones de las joyerias Diamond, solo dijeron que les encargaron el trabajo y que les pagarian 50 mil pesos a cada uno.
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 09:59 PM

the van was abandoned on 35 and 2 and another on 35 and 12. But going to Google map I could not see this residence in either location from the foto my friend from Voztv sent me of the abandoned van.


Several news sources say calle 35 and 2bis. Aren't there some "odd", even numbered "streets", parallel to avenues in Colonia San Miguel II? Sort of in the neighbourhood of the Naval housing? I'm not good with street numbers as when I lived in the area there were few signs back then. I know somewhere out there are addresses that at first glance would seem like they should be out by the airport, even numbered north south streets intersecting with odd numbered calles.

I think most of the images on google street view are still from June 2009.

$50,000 pesos? That's the same pay as the first group in 2011 and of course, all expenses paid. This didn't seem very well rehearsed. This was close to boarding time for the cruise ship passengers so stores were in preparation mode to close. It looked like quite a mobilization of military and law enforcement personnel with check points along the major roads. Back before the era of cell phones, it was the taxis with their radios that contacted emergency services. Cozumel doesn't present too many options to run and hide when all the forces are in action.
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 10:08 PM

I was thinking the same thing Charles but I thought that would have been along way away from where they were found on 4th entre 30 and 35 so I looked again at the fotos my friend sent. It was 35 and 12 bis about five blocks away from where they were captured on 4th. I can see the residence on google but there has been some construction and obvious painting since then. The foto is to big to upload here. But it was definitely 35 and 12 bis. Without a doubt. Right on the corner. White two story house across the street. The stories that say it was 35 and 2 are wrong.
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 10:09 PM

I know that apartment also. We were there this afternoon around 11:00am looking at a house on the dead end street right across from it.


Steve, call 4 and the short street flood from time to time, on very heavy rains some of the units get an inch of water or so..., I lived there many years back.

Charles that's calle 4 between 30 and 35!

The AFI offices on Morelos @ AV 35 has a squad of heavly armed guards tonight, so I guess I have some special neighbors tonight!

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