Three Colombians arrested in Spain for robbing and raping a homosexual

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The Spanish Police have arrested four young men, three of them Colombians, accused of robbing the homes of homosexuals, who were put to sleep through chemical submission with powerful drugs, and of raping one of them.

As reported by sources of the investigation on Monday, the detainees made appointments with the victims through digital contact applications.

The three Colombians were intercepted last week at the Madrid airport when they were preparing to travel back to their country, while the other suspect was arrested in A Coru├▒a (northwestern Spain).

They are accused of the crimes of robbery with violence at home, against public health, fraud, documentary falsification, injuries and sexual assault with penetration.

Those arrested at the airport They were provisionally released by order of two Madrid judges, something that is "incomprehensible" for the sources consulted by EFE, who highlight the "obvious" risk of flight.

Police investigators clarified the facts in record time, since the gang had arrived in Madrid at the beginning of February and they knew about the purchase of return tickets for the middle of the month.

The 'modus operandi' was similar in all cases. One of the members of the group was in charge of attending the meeting arranged at the victim's home -they previously made sure that they lived alone- with apps like Grindr or Tinder.

Once there, they gave him various drugs that incapacitated his will, which they took advantage of to steal money or valuables and, in addition, rape a man in one of the cases.

The sources highlighted to EFE that they used drugs that are very dangerous if administered in high doses.

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