It’s the shocking moment that thieves broke into a schoolgirl’s house while she was taking a lesson on Zoom and stole it in front of her shocked classmates.
The attack on the young girl, named Maria Jose, took place while she was participating in the Zoom conversation with 25 other people, including her teacher in the town of Ambato in Tungurahua, central Ecuador, on Friday. .
The thieves were apparently unaware that their threats against the student were being filmed, which allowed his classmates to alert authorities and the victim’s family, and the cops were able to detain four suspects after fleeing the scene.
The video shows the moment when the young girl, seen in the video box located in the third column of the second row, was threatened by masked thieves after entering the residence.
His classmates then alert the teacher who was talking and had not noticed what was happening.
One of the students said, “Does anyone have their parents’ address or number? “
The video shows the moment the girl, seen in the video box in the third column of the second row, was threatened by masked thieves after entering the residence
A closer look at when thieves break into the home of student Maria Jose while taking an online course
Another responds: “I have her mother’s number.”
A third classmate then says “call her right away”.
The image appears to freeze on the screen after one of the thieves shut down the laptop in order to steal it along with other valuables from the property.
A police report from Ecuadorian police said: “During this operation, units of the Organized Motorized Group (GOM) were dispatched and were informed of the criminal act upon their arrival at the scene.
His classmates then alert the teacher who spoke and had not noticed what was happening
A close-up of when thieves break into a student’s house while taking an online lesson
“The perpetrators fled the scene in a motor vehicle and thanks to the location of the cell phones they stole, they were located and captured in an area known as ‘Huachi Grande’. “
The four arrested suspects were identified as Luis C., Valentin P., Carlos A. and Dorian R.
They were found in possession of a safe, £ 3,017 in cash, two firearms, a piercing weapon, two cell phones, a laptop and a video game console.
The suspects were placed in the custody of the competent authorities. It is not known if they have yet been charged with anything.