Sunday, 27 November 2011

National Police has arrested a British citizen, a 39 year old from Liverpool, for allegedly causing serious injuries to a compatriot, breaking his tibia and fibula of a leg.

  The Briton also was found with unlicensed firearms and in addition two top of the range vehicles with false plates have been recovered. It’s thought they were stolen in the U.K.

Investigations in the case started on October 3 after the aggression which took place at 4pm in an urbanisation in Marbella. National Police say in a statement that the wounded man was taken to hospital but did not want to talk about what had happened, despite his injuries.

However police investigations and eyewitness reports allowed them to establish that the aggressor was known to the victim. Finally he was arrested at his home in Benahvis.

Inside the house they recovered a pistol with the registration number filed off, and holding a bullet in the chamber. Plus there was a charger with 10 projectiles, gas spray, and an extendable cane truncheon. All the weapons were considered as prohibited and the two cars he used were found to have been stolen in the U.K.

Scientific police are now studying the pistol to see if it has been used in any other crimes on record.

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