A Canadian tourist, 35, shrugged to steal his cell phone when he walked around the Monserrat Buenos Aires neighborhood, three blocks from where they attacked Swedish Christopher Persson at the end of last year, who had been amputated. after the perpetrator.
Everything happened just two days ago this Thursday morning in Peru on 400, Venezuelan corners. According to police sources, the victim was "clearly drunk" and "injured with a knife at shoulder height".
The same ambulance took the tourist to the Argerich Hospital, which in their opinion received the appropriate treatment and The damage was "superficial".
Then it was found that there were four thieves who detained him. One of them attacked him with a sharp shooter. After being injured on the shoulder, He stole his mobile phone and fled.
Proceedings were initiated for armed robbery with the intervention of the 1st Police Brigade of the City Police.
According to sources, three suspects were detained.
Swedish tourist Christopher Persson was attacked on the night of 30 December at the intersection of Tacuarí and Venezuela, one block from the 9 de Julio Avenue, including Monsrera.
Persson (36) went with his girlfriend, journalist Maria Izzo, when he was surprised by a young man who shot him in theft.
Cristoffer Persson, a Swedish tourist who had the right to amputate, trying to rob him. Photos by Ruben Digilio
After the injury, the tourist was hurried to the Argericha hospital, where doctors had to do his right leg for damage.
In this case, two perpetrators were arrested: Roberto "Chicho" Gramajo (24), who admitted shooting, although he said the shot was accidental; and Rodrigo Peláez (22), who drove the gray Peugeot 207 with which they went to steal.