Forgetting a mobile phone and a small bag with marijuana inside an educational center in Alicante has facilitated the identification and arrest of a suspected thief.
According to the National Police, the detainee, a 32-year-old Spaniard who at the time of his arrest was in Castellón prison with a recent conviction for similar acts, lost his cell phone and drugs on July 19 in his allegedly second robbery. with force to the same school in less than 48 hours.
In the first, on the 17th of the same month, the center's management had reported that someone had forced a closet to remove a laptop from inside a classroom, while on 19 it was reported that a closet had been broken and a laptop was stolen. .
The extraction of data from the mobile phone has proved complex for researchers, although it has finally facilitated identification, as well as two fingerprints found at the site.
This individual, who is attributed these two robberies in the school, has thirty police records for similar robberies, and has continued to intern in the Castellón penitentiary.