The vehicles were leased to provide personal transport service through online platforms, but the “drivers” used them to commit crimes…
MERIDA — Members of the State Investigation Police (PEI) of the Public Security Secretariat (SSP) recovered six cars that their respective owners delivered to supposed “drivers” to work on digital passenger transport platforms, but the drivers used them to commit illicit acts.
Through a statement the agency said that the vehicles were used to commit crimes and then were sold with fake invoices.
The Investigative Police of the SSP achieved the recovery of the vehicles: a gray Volkswagen Gol, a gray Hyundai Attitude, a red Fiat, two Ford Figos one white and the other red, and a red Mazda CX5.
The police agency makes an attentive call to the owners of vehicles registered in digital platforms like Uber to keep safe and check very well the information of the people with whom they will work to assure they won’t steal the car or commit crimes with it.
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