In the past week alone, the dismembered bodies of four people have been found in sacks in various parts of the Colombian capital.
The Aragua train is “behind 17 acts of violence and 23 deaths this year, 4 of which were dismembered,” Bogotá police chief General Carlos Triana told La FM.
Triana said dismembering victims and hiding body parts in bags and sacks was “a practice not seen in the city”.
According to authorities, the group is involved in a bloody dispute over control of domestic retail drug markets, known as micro-trafficking.
On Saturday, the Public Ministry raided a two-story building in northwest Bogotá where several people were reportedly mutilated.
Bogotá’s mayor, Claudia López, said Giovanni and Nino Guerrero are the directors of Trem de Aragua’s operations in Bogotá.
Chavista leader Deostato Cabello dismissed the reports and denied wrongdoing Colombia are integrated from your country.
Nearly 2 million Venezuelans have fled the crisis in their country ColombiaThe main country where these colonists settled.
Despite the scandal caused by the discovery of dismembered bodies in Bogotá, the capital has the lowest homicide rate of any major city. Colombia In the current year (6 per 100,000 people), according to City Hall.