Employees of a prepaid pharmaceutical company branch received an unpleasant surprise, Tuesday morning, when they arrived at their workplace in the center and confirmed that they had been robbed.
Shortly after 8 a.m., upon entering the main door of Pedernera 1233 (corner of Avenida Illia), they realized that one of the offices was missing two complete computers, telephone exchanges and equipment that controlled the security cameras.
The police sources who acted in this action reported that at approximately nine o'clock in the morning, a message arrived over the radio alerting to the theft in that branch. After entering the offices, they found that at least two people had entered from the rooftops, descended into the backyard, cut off the electricity and were thus able to gain entry.
The branch notified its members, indicating that it remained closed today.
The stolen items they obtained were two complete desktop computers (monitor, CPU and all accessories), two phone splitters and equipment that controlled the security cameras. In addition, they said they left some other items lying around in the lobby and courtyard, such as a coffee maker, computer accessories (mouse, cables, keyboards) and other items that employees use daily.
According to the source consulted, there was no shortage of cash or other important company documents.
The person in charge of the building submitted the complaint to the first police station and responded to the request NewspaperShe apologized for not providing the details because, as she said, they were “not authorized.”