Venezuelans in Moscow robbed the singer malum wasn 50 million and fled to Europe


Juan Luis Longinotto: Lorenzo Carnero / ZumaPress /

Moscow police have established the identity of two citizens of Venezuela who stole the Colombian singer Juan Luis Londoño jewelry and watches at 50 million rubles from the Four Seasons hotel in the heart of the Russian capital. About this law enforcement source told TASS.

“Established citizens of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela 1988 and 1987 years of birth. June 15 from the airport Domodedovo flight Moscow — Lisbon they flew to Portugal,” — said the Agency interlocutor, noting that the two fugitives in absentia of the charges.

On 19 June it was reported that Juan Luis Londoño, known by his stage name the malum wasn, came to the 2018 world Cup and stayed at the Four Seasons hotel opposite the Kremlin in Moscow. Unknown persons robbed his number on 14 June, when a guest was absent.

Among the stolen were bracelets and necklaces Cartier several watches Rolex, Hublot, Patek Philippe and Audemars Piguet, as well as a backpack and bag company Louis Vuitton. According to the source Agency, the unknown was presented to the hotel guests, the singer received a copy of the electronic room key and after the theft of property from there disappeared. On the given fact criminal case under article 158 of the criminal code (“Theft”).

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