A doctor at a residence in Zaragoza lost his job at the door of his extended retirement. couldn’t think of anything else receive 2,000 euros from an old man whom he cared for and who had just died in a house. He must have thought no one would notice. The National Police discovered this 69-year-old man and eventually arrested him. alleged perpetrator of fraud crime.
The investigation started on 13 June upon learning of the incident. Delicias County Police Judicial Police Group A woman lodged a complaint with the Madrid Police Station, where she stated that her recently deceased father, who was an intern at a residence in Zaragoza, had been subjected to a posthumous date. Making several withdrawals from bank accounts without knowing who might have made it.
The complainant explained that he has since been in contact with the aforementioned residence. worried that her father wasn’t answering her cell phone, He informed those responsible that his father had passed away since April 21, but that they had no information about the family and therefore they could not inform him.
Days later, he began to examine the movements of his father’s bank account and confirmed that since the date of his death, five different transactions had been made, specifically a total of cash withdrawals from different ATMs in and around Zaragoza. 2,000 euros, The residence was contacted again and the responsible person informed him that all his father’s belongings were in custody and that they had changed the lock of his room so that another prisoner could stay.
After conducting the relevant investigations and procedures, the agents were able to identify the perpetrator, who turned out to be the doctor of the deceased’s residence, and continued to summon him to the police station to inform him of his situation. Arrest, in which he voluntarily presented himself, at around 10:00 am on Thursday, June 16, by fully accepting the facts.
He also told the artists that he was very sorry, so The day before, he had sent through a mailbox a brown envelope containing around 4,000 euros. and the deceased’s wallet, along with his papers and miscellaneous items, put Zaragoza Police at his return address.
After contacting the Postal Logistics Center, the agents proceeded to pick it up and send it to the police station, confirming that it was indeed an envelope with detainee-provided features.
prisoner, released without criminal record After reporting to the police station while waiting to be brought before the courthouse.