Two arrested after at least 58 robberies in Murcia and Alicante Some stolen goods have been returned but the Guardia need help in tracing the owners of many more items Two men of Moroccan nationality have been arrested by the Guardia Civil in connection with at least 58 robberies and thefts in the Region of Murcia and the province of Alicante, with a large quantity of stolen goods also being recovered. The investigation into the chinese therapy two individuals began in June, when the Guardia recovered a vehicle which had been stolen in Pozo Estrecho, in the municipality of Cartagena , in El Siscar, a village in Santomera which is close to the boundary with Alicante. The vehicle was found to have been fitted with a device which effectively paralysed its security system, and this was soon linked to other vehicle thefts in which a similar tactic had been used. Suspicion alighted on the two men, both residents of Santomera, and a search of their homes revealed not only a wide variety of stolen goods but also the electronic equipment they had used in stealing cars and other motor vehicles. Analysis of the stolen items is still on-going, but so far they have been traced to 58 thefts in Cartagena, Murcia, Santomera (all in the Region of Murcia) and Alcoy, in the province of Alicante, and the relevant objects have been returned to their rightful owners while efforts are still being made to determine the origin of other items. Among the objects recovered were seven radio/CD players, a GPS satellite navigation device, 8 mobile phones, a laptop, two televisions, a camera, precision scales and various others, and the Guardia are now requesting help from members of the public in tracing the owners. Should you have any relevant information please call the Guardia Civil de Santomera on 968 277135. The case of the two men, aged 22 and 34, is now in the hands of the courts of Murcia. Follow Murcia Today on Facebook to keep up to date with all the latest news, events and information in the Murcia region: https://www.facebook.com/MurciaToday/
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