The Metropolitan Police of Bogotá, Colombia, has recovered eleven of the 17 vans that were stolen this Friday and were going to be destined for the country’s National Protection Unit (UNP). The robbery occurred in the early hours of Friday morning in a parking lot in the town of Suba, according to radio station W Radio. The commander of the Bogotá Metropolitan Police, Brigadier General José Daniel Gualdrón, has expressed his gratitude to the public for providing the timely information that led to the discovery of the vans in a parking lot in the Rafael Uribe Uribe town. The commander has urged citizens to continue collaborating and reporting on any anomalous incident related to the Toyota Prado trucks, offering a reward of up to 20 million pesos (about 4,700 euros) for information that leads to the capture of those responsible and the recovery. of vehicles. “Citizen solidarity and institutional collaboration are fundamental at this time. We ask citizens to contact the automotive group’s line 305 817 56 71 with any relevant information,” Commander Gualdrón stressed. The robbery, carried out by approximately 20 individuals, was discovered thanks to the fact that one of the guards was able to free himself and alert the authorities. So far, four arrests have been made in connection with the case. The ongoing investigation has discovered that the vans have not yet left Bogotá, and security cameras in shopping center parking lots and city exits are being thoroughly reviewed. Gualdrón has highlighted the importance of citizen collaboration as a key factor to advance research.