December 4, 2021

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Kobe arrested for stealing $17,000 of appliances from a home in Hialeah

Kobe arrested for stealing $17,000 of appliances from a home in Hialeah

Cuban police have arrested Oscar Guerra Gómez for the theft of $17,000 worth of electrical appliances, which he stole on August 5 from a Hialeah home that was vacant for remodeling.

The authorities indicated that day Two people used a stolen truck to take the dishwasher, oven, toilets and various decorations from home.

The police are asking for help from the community to catch Guerra Gomez’s partner, who has yet to be arrested.

Pictures from the home’s security cameras show how the thieves realized they had been recorded, but continued to load the devices into the car.

When the two people deactivated the monitoring system, the property owner – who was on vacation – sensed something had happened, and confirmed it upon his return.

The crime was reported on the 85th Avenue and Northwest 172nd Street sector, in Palm Springs North, an unincorporated area of ​​Hialeah.

He was An anonymous call helped authorities determine Oscar Guerra’s responsibility in the case.

The 52-year-old Cuban has several previous arrests for theft. He said he remains in prison for other crimes and now faces additional charges of theft and grand larceny. America TV Citing law enforcement sources.

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