They use Facebook to sell stolen truck and end up in jail

They use Facebook to sell stolen truck and end up
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Three individuals who intended to sell a stolen truck through social networks were arrested by elements of the Querétaro State Police.

The arrest of the alleged perpetrators took place in the municipality of Tequisquiapan, where police personnel located the subjects, two men and a woman, who were offering the unit with a theft report.

According to the state police, it was through the Cyber ​​Police and a timely citizen report, which led to the arrest of the three "people who were trying to sell a stolen unit, which they offered on social networks."

After verifying that the unit had a theft report, the subjects were placed at the disposal of the Attorney General's Office of Querétaro (FGQ) for the clarification of responsibilities.

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